Thomas Kirisits

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Publications of Thomas Kirisits (34 listed):

Plant Pathology (2016) 65, 1071-1083
K. Schwanda and T. Kirisits (2016)
Pathogenicity of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus towards leaves of three European ash species: Fraxinus excelsior, F. angustifolia and F. ornus

Forest Pathology (2016) 46, 336-340
T.L. Cech, K. Schwanda, M. Klosterhuber, L. Straßer and T. Kirisits (2016)
Eutypella canker of maple: first report from Germany and situation in Austria

Forest Pathology (2016) 46, 408-442
R. Drenkhan, V. Tomesová-Haataja, S. Fraser, R.E. Bradshaw, P. Vahalík, M.S. Mullett, J. Martín-García, L.S. Bulman, M.J. Wingfield, T. Kirisits, T.L. Cech, S. Schmitz, R. Baden, K. Tubby, A. Brown, M. Georgieva, A. Woods, R. Ahumada, L. Jankovsky, I.M. Thomsen, K. Adamson, B. Marçais, M. Vuorinen, P. Tsopelas, A. Koltay, A. Halasz, N. La Porta, N. Anselmi, R. Kiesnere, S. Markovskaja, A. Kacergius, I. Papazova-Anakieva, M. Risteski, K. Sotirovski, J. Lazarevic, H. Solheim, P. Boron, H. Bragança, D. Chira, D.L. Musolin, A.V. Selikhovkin, T.S. Bulgakov, N. Keca, D. Karadzic, V. Galovic, P. Pap, M. Markovic, L. Poljakovic Pajnik, V. Vasic, E. Ondrusková, B. Piskur, D. Sadikovic, J.J. Diez, A. Solla, H. Millberg, J. Stenlid, A. Angst, V. Queloz, A. Lehtijärvi, H.T. Dogmus-Lehtijärvi, F. Oskay, K. Davydenko, V. Meshkova, D. Craig, S. Woodward and I. Barnes (2016)
Global geographic distribution and host range of Dothistroma species: a comprehensive review

Forest Pathology (2015) 45, 274-280
K. Kräutler, R. Treitler and T. Kirisits (2015)
Hymenoscyphus fraxineus can directly infect intact current-year shoots of Fraxinus excelsior and artificially exposed leaf scars

Forest Pathology (2015) 45, 430-432
T. Kirisits and K. Schwanda (2015)
First definite report of natural infection of Fraxinus ornus by Hymenoscyphus fraxineus

Forest Pathology (2015) 45, 426-429
A. Madigan, M. Belka, A.F.S. Taylor, T. Kirisits, M. Cleary, D. Nguyen, M. Elfstrand and S. Woodward (2015)
Can Hymenoscyphus fraxineus infect hardy members of the Oleaceae other than ash species?

Forest Pathology (2015) 45, 254-257
T. Kirisits (2015)
Ascocarp formation of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus on several-year-old pseudosclerotial leaf rachises of Fraxinus excelsior

Ecology and Evolution (2014) 4, 3642-3661
Irene Barnes, Michael J. Wingfield, Ignazio Carbone, Thomas Kirisits and Brenda D. Wingfield (2014)
Population structure and diversity of an invasive pine needle pathogen reflects anthropogenic activity

Australasian Plant Pathology (2014) 43, 161-165
J. Janoušek, S. Krumböck, T. Kirisits, R.E. Bradshaw, I. Barnes, L. Jankovský and C. Stauffer (2014)
Development of microsatellite and mating type markers for the pine needle pathogen Lecanosticta acicola

New Phytologist (2013) 197, 238-250
A. Santini, L. Ghelardini, C. De Pace, M.L. Desprez-Loustau, P. Capretti, A. Chandelier, T. Cech, D. Chira, S. Diamandis, T. Gaitniekis, J. Hantula, O. Holdenrieder, L. Jankovsky, T. Jung, D. Jurc, T. Kirisits, A. Kunca, V. Lygis, M. Malecka, B. Marcais, S. Schmitz, J. Schumacher, H. Solheim, A. Solla, I. Szabò, P. Tsopelas, A. Vannini, A.M. Vettraino, J. Webber, S. Woodward and J. Stenlid (2013)
Biogeographical patterns and determinants of invasion by forest pathogens in Europe

Forest Pathology (2013) 43, 386-389
T. Kirisits, L. Dämpfle and K. Kräutler (2013)
Hymenoscyphus albidus is not associated with an anamorphic stage and displays slower growth than Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus on agar media

Forest Pathology (2012) 42, 437-440
T.L. Cech, E. Halmschlager, C. Stauffer and T. Kirisits (2012)
First report of Mycosphaerella dearnessii on Pinus nigra var. nigra in Austria

EPPO Bulletin (2011) 41, 14-20
V. Timmermann, I. Børja, A.M. Hietala, T. Kirisits and H. Solheim (2011)
Ash dieback: pathogen spread and diurnal patterns of ascospore dispersal, with special emphasis on Norway

Forest Pathology (2011) 41, 361-369
I. Barnes, T. Kirisits, M.J. Wingfield and B.D. Wingfield (2011)
Needle blight of pine caused by two species of Dothistroma in Hungary

Forest Pathology (2010) 40, 100-110
T. Kirisits (2010)
Fungi isolated from Picea abies infested by the bark beetle Ips typographus in the Bialowieza forest in north-eastern Poland

Plant Pathology (2010) 59, p. 411 (Kirisits et al.)
T. Kirisits, M. Matlakova, S. Mottinger-Kroupa, E. Halmschlager and F. Lakatos (2010)
Chalara fraxinea associated with dieback of narrow-leafed ash (Fraxinus angustifolia)

Forest Pathology (2009) 39, 249-265
M. Marin, O. Preisig, B.D. Wingfield, T. Kirisits and M.J. Wingfield (2009)
Single sequence repeat markers reflect diversity and geographic barriers in Eurasian populations of the conifer pathogen Ceratocystis polonica

Journal of Pest Science (2008) 81, 35-42
Milan Pernek, Boris Hrasovec, Dinka Matosevic, Ivan Pilas, Thomas Kirisits and John C. Moser (2008)
Phoretic mites of three bark beetles ( Pityokteines spp.) on Silver fir

Plant Pathology (2008) 57, p. 1177 (Halmschlager et al.)
E. Halmschlager and T. Kirisits (2008)
First report of the ash dieback pathogen Chalara fraxinea on Fraxinus excelsior in Austria

Persoonia (2008) 21, 1-8
X.D. Zhou, K. Jacobs, T. Kirisits, D.B. Chhetri and M.J. Wingfield (2008)
Leptographium bhutanense sp. nov., associated with the root collar weevil Hylobitelus chenkupdorjii on Pinus wallichiana in Bhutan

Forest Pathology (2008) 38, 178-195
I. Barnes, T. Kirisits, A. Akulov, D.B. Chhetri, B.D. Wingfield, T.S. Bulgakov and M.J. Wingfield (2008)
New host and country records of the Dothistroma needle blight pathogens from Europe and Asia

Forest Pathology (2007) 37, 22-39
H. Konrad, C. Stauffer, T. Kirisits and E. Halmschlager (2007)
Phylogeographic variation among isolates of the Sirococcus conigenus P group

Forest Pathology (2007) 37, 40-50
T. Kirisits, H. Konrad, E. Halmschlager, C. Stauffer, M.J. Wingfield and D.B. Chhetri (2007)
Sirococcus shoot blight on Picea spinulosa in Bhutan

Plant Pathology (2005) 54, 36-45
M.P.A. Coetzee, B.D. Wingfield, T. Kirisits, D.B. Chhetri, P. Bloomer and M.J. Wingfield (2005)
Identification of Armillaria isolates from Bhutan based on DNA sequence comparisons

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2005) 7, 169-177
John C. Moser, Heino Konrad, Thomas Kirisits and Lynn K. Carta (2005)
Phoretic mites and nematode associates of Scolytus multistriatus and Scolytus pygmaeus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in Austria

Journal of Nematology (2004) 36, p. 310 (Carta et al.)
L.K. Carta, E. Erbe, R. Ochoa, K. Klepzig, J.C. Moser, H. Konrad and T. Kirisits (2004)
Nematode and mite associates of bark beetles on pine in Louisiana (USA) and on elm in Austria
paper presented at the Society of Nematologists 43rd Annual Meeting, Estes Park, Colorado 7-11 August 2004

Mycologia (2004) 96, 1306-1315
Xudong Zhou, Z. Wilhelm de Beer, Thomas C. Harrington, Doug McNew, Thomas Kirisits and Michael J. Wingfield (2004)
Epitypification of Ophiostoma galeiforme and phylogeny of species in the O. galeiforme complex

Mycologia (2003) 95, 714-727
Karin Jacobs, Thomas Kirisits and Michael J. Wingfield (2003)
Taxonomic re-evaluation of three related species of Graphium, based on morphology, ecology and phylogeny

Canadian Journal of Botany - Revue Canadienne de Botanique (2003) 81, 316-329
Karin Jacobs, Keith A. Seifert, Ken J. Harrison and Thomas Kirisits (2003)
Identity and phylogenetic relationships of ophiostomatoid fungi associated with invasive and native Tetropium species (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Atlantic Canada

Plant Pathology (2002) 51, 359-364
T. Kirisits and I. Offenthaler (2002)
Xylem sap flow of Norway spruce after inoculation with the blue-stain fungus Ceratocystis polonica

Plant Pathology (2002) 51, 78-84
H. Konrad, T. Kirisits, M. Riegler, E. Halmschlager and C. Stauffer (2002)
Genetic evidence for natural hybridization between the Dutch elm disease pathogens Ophiostoma novo-ulmi ssp. novo-ulmi and O. novo-ulmi ssp. americana

Mycologia (2001) 93, 380-388
K. Jacobs, M.J. Wingfield, C. Coetsee, T. Kirisits and B.D. Wingfield (2001)
Leptographium guttulatum sp. nov., a new species from spruce and pine in Europe

European Journal of Entomology (2001) 98, 99-105
C. Stauffer, T. Kirisits, C. Nussbaumer, R. Pavlin and M.J. Wingfield (2001)
Phylogenetic relationships between the European and Asian eight spined larch bark beetle populations (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) inferred from DNA sequences and fungal associates

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) Kirisits et al. - Ophiostomatoid fungi ...
T. Kirisits, M.J. Wingfield and D.B. Redfern (1998)
Ophiostomatoid fungi associated with the larch bark beetle Ips cembrae in Central Europe and in Scotland
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Poster presented in section: Diseases of woody plants: biology, management and control