Armillaria Pathogenesis under Climate Changes
AbstractClimate changes influencing forest ecosystems include increased air temperatures and CO2 concentrations as well as droughts and decreased water availability. These changes in turn effect changes in species composition of both host plants and pathogens. In the case of Armillaria, climate changes cause an increase in the activity of individual species and modify the growth of rhizomorphs, increasing the susceptibility of trees. The relationship between climate changes and the biotic elements of Armillaria disease are discussed in overview. View Full-Text
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Kubiak, K.; Żółciak, A.; Damszel, M.; Lech, P.; Sierota, Z. Armillaria Pathogenesis under Climate Changes. Forests 2017, 8, 100.
Kubiak K, Żółciak A, Damszel M, Lech P, Sierota Z. Armillaria Pathogenesis under Climate Changes. Forests. 2017; 8(4):100.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kubiak, Katarzyna; Żółciak, Anna; Damszel, Marta; Lech, Paweł; Sierota, Zbigniew. 2017. "Armillaria Pathogenesis under Climate Changes." Forests 8, no. 4: 100.
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