Alina S. Campbell

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Publications of Alina S. Campbell (5 listed):

Phytopathology (2017) 107, 70-74
A.S. Campbell, R.C. Ploetz and J.A. Rollins (2017)
Comparing avocado, swamp bay, and camphortree as hosts of Raffaelea lauricola using a green fluorescent protein (GFP)-labeled strain of the pathogen

Journal of Economic Entomology (2017) 110, 347-354
Randy C. Ploetz, Joshua L. Konkol, Teresa Narvaez, Rita E. Duncan, Ramon J. Saucedo, Alina Campbell, Julio Mantilla, Daniel Carrillo and Paul E. Kendra (2017)
Presence and prevalence of Raffaelea lauricola, cause of laurel wilt, in different species of ambrosia beetle in Florida, USA

Forest Pathology (2017) 47 (1 - e12288)
T.J. Dreaden, A.S. Campbell, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, R.C. Ploetz and J.A. Smith (2017)
Response of swamp bay, Persea palustris, and redbay, P. borbonia, to Raffaelea spp. isolated from Xyleborus glabratus

Phytoparasitica (2016) 44, 435-442
Kerry O'Donnell, Ran Libeskind-Hadas, Jiri Hulcr, Craig Bateman, Matthew T. Kasson, Randy C. Ploetz, Joshua L. Konkol, Jill N. Ploetz, Daniel Carrillo, Alina Campbell, Rita E. Duncan, Pradeepa N.H. Liyanage, Akif Eskalen, Shannon C. Lynch, David M. Geiser, Stanley Freeman, Zvi Mendel, Michal Sharon, Takayuki Aoki, Allard A. Cossé and Alejandro P. Rooney (2016)
Invasive Asian FusariumEuwallacea ambrosia beetle mutualists pose a serious threat to forests, urban landscapes and the avocado industry

Mycologia (2016) 108, 657-667
Alina S. Campbell, Randy C. Ploetz, Tyler J. Dreaden, Paul E. Kendra and Wayne S. Montgomery (2016)
Geographic variation in mycangial communities of Xyleborus glabratus