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Janine R. Conklin and James C. Sellmer

potentially invasive. Ecological researchers have suggested that it has escaped to alter forests and woodlots by outcompeting native trees and reducing wildflower diversity under its canopy ( Munger, 2003 ; Randall and Marinelli, 1996 ; Rhoads and Block

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E. Vanessa Campoverde, Georgina Sanahuja, and Aaron J. Palmateer

evidence that new species and isolates of Pythium were moved among forest nurseries of the Pacific northwestern United States. Based on this initial report, we strongly believe that there are opportunities for further studies on the variability of

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Wojciech J. Janisiewicz, Robert A. Saftner, William S. Conway, and Philip L. Forsline

should be obtained from the plant's geographical origin, is assuming particular significance now as natural habitats are quickly being eliminated ( Dzhangaliev, 2003 ; Forsline et al., 2003 ; Vavilov, 1927 ). Wild forest stands of Malus sieversii with

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Salvatore Vitale, Laura Luongo, Marzia Scarpari, Lorenza Tizzani, Ivana Garaguso, Massimo Galli, Alessandra Belisario, Michele Scotton, Giovanni Mughini, Maria Gras, and Anita Haegi

288 doi: 10.1111/efp.12025 Jung, T. Orlikowski, L. Henricot, B. Peréz-Sierra, A. 2016 Widespread Phytophthora infestations in European nurseries put forest, semi-natural and horticultural ecosystems at high risk of Phytophthora

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David R. Bryla, Robert G. Linderman, and Wei Q. Yang

data for the region was obtained from a U.S. Bureau of Reclamation AgriMet weather station located in Forest Grove, OR (45°33′N, 123°05′W, and 55 m elevation). The weather station was centrally located among the surveyed fields, and data were collected

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer, Stan Hokanson, Susan Galatowitsch, and James Luby

, comparative morphology, phytochemical studies, biosystematics, evolutionary species differentiation, anatomy, embryology, physiology, genetic self-incompatibility, and plant pathology ( Raven, 1986 ; Watson et al., 1993 ). Beginning in the 1970s, public or

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Margaret T. Mmbaga, Lucas M. Mackasmiel, and Frank A. Mrema

Isolation and characterization of phorate degrading bacteria of agricultural significance Lett. Appl. Microbiol. 36 1 5 Barnard, E.L. Gilly, S.P. 1986 Charcoal root rot of pines. Plant Pathology Circ. No. 290. Florida Dept. Agr. and Consumer Serv Bashan, Y

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Julian Mendel, Christina Burns, Beatrice Kallifatidis, Edward Evans, Jonathan Crane, Kenneth G. Furton, and DeEtta Mills

to be vectors ( Carrillo et al., 2014 ). The original introduction in Georgia led to devastation and the loss of 300 million native woody laurel trees along the coastal forests from North Carolina to Florida ( Harrington et al., 2011 ; Hughes et al

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Monica Ozores-Hampton, K.E. Cushman, F. Roka, and R.D. French-Monar

hurricanes are well documented on a wide variety of crops ( Cleugh et al., 1998 ), especially those of high value or high acreage that are most susceptible to wind damage: forest products ( Everham and Brokaw, 1996 ), fruit and nut crops ( Crane et al., 2001

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Paul D. Curtis, Gwen B. Curtis, and William B. Miller

were unpalatable, while those with onion were readily consumed. The concentration of secondary compounds in autumn crocus was possibly toxic for seven voles. Colchicine is a known mutagen and may arrest cell meiosis ( Harborne et al., 1999 ). Pathology