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Order your copy now!Foliar pathogens of eucalypts
Authors: P.W. Crous, M.J. Wingfield, R. Cheewangkoon, A.J. Carnegie, T. Burgess, B.A. Summerell, J. Edwards, P.W.J. Taylor, and J.Z. Groenewald 
Details: softcover, 261 pp, full colour
Price: € 55,-
ISBN: 978-94-91751-19-6

There are more than 800 species of eucalypts, several of which are grown for paper, pulp and timber. However, these trees suffer from several debilitating leaf and shoot diseases which severely impede growth, and can even lead to tree death. In this study 110 different fungal genera associated with foliar disease symptoms of these hosts are treated. Fungal diagnoses and disease symptoms are supplied, enabling users to identify the causal organisms. The book is also supplemented by an index to fungal species, and an extensive supplementary table with hosts, distribution, fungal isolates and DNA barcodes of the various species treated, making this a valuable resource for diagnosticians and for forest pathologists alike.

     
   
     
   
     
 
SYLLOGE FUNGORUM Vol XIX by Webmaster Mycoheritage 2019-10-04 09:19:58
 
Sowerby's English Fungi

SYLLOGE
FUNGORUM
P.A. SACCARDO

Vol XIX

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