Bibliography:Phaeobotryon cupressi

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Publication list for Phaeobotryon cupressi sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (2)

Forest Pathology (2018) 48 (2 - e12410)
Milica Zlatkovic, Michael J. Wingfield, Fahimeh Jami and Bernard Slippers (2018)
Host specificity of co-infecting Botryosphaeriaceae on ornamental and forest trees in the Western Balkans

Plant Disease (2016) 100, p. 1793 (Weiland et al.)
J.E. Weiland, R.A. Sniezko, M.S. Wiseman, M. Serdani and M.L. Putnam (2016)
First report of Phaeobotryon cupressi causing canker of Calocedrus decurrens (incense-cedar) in Oregon

identification/taxonomy (2)

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - Journal of Microbiology (2016) 109, 543-564
Milica Zlatkovic, Nenad Keca, Michael J. Wingfield, Fahimeh Jami, Bernard Slippers (2016)
Botryosphaeriaceae associated with the die-back of ornamental trees in the Western Balkans

Persoonia (2009) 23, 1-8
J. Abdollahzadeh, E. Mohammadi Goltapeh, A. Javadi, M. Shams-Bakhsh, R. Zare and A.J.L. Phillips (2009)
Barriopsis iraniana and Phaeobotryon cupressi: two new species of the Botryosphaeriaceae from trees in Iran

biocontrol - natural enemies (2)

Forest Pathology (2016) 46, 353-361
J. Soltani, M. Zaheri-Shoja, J. Hamzei, M.S. Hosseyni-Moghaddam and S. Pakvaz (2016)
Diversity and bioactivity of bacterial endophyte community of Cupressaceae

Current Microbiology (2014) 69, 349-356
Jalal Soltani and Mahdieh S. Hosseyni Moghaddam (2014)
Antiproliferative, antifungal, and antibacterial activities of endophytic Alternaria species from Cupressaceae

surveys/sampling/distribution (2)

Forest Pathology (2018) 48 (2 - e12410)
Milica Zlatkovic, Michael J. Wingfield, Fahimeh Jami and Bernard Slippers (2018)
Host specificity of co-infecting Botryosphaeriaceae on ornamental and forest trees in the Western Balkans

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - Journal of Microbiology (2016) 109, 543-564
Milica Zlatkovic, Nenad Keca, Michael J. Wingfield, Fahimeh Jami, Bernard Slippers (2016)
Botryosphaeriaceae associated with the die-back of ornamental trees in the Western Balkans