Ursula Heiniger

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See Ursula Heiniger in the ISPI database of scientists.


Publications of Ursula Heiniger

Forest Pathology (2011) 41, 501-509
U. Heiniger, F. Theile, A. Rigling and D. Rigling (2011)
Blue-stain infections in roots, stems and branches of declining Pinus sylvestris trees in a dry inner alpine valley in Switzerland

Forest Pathology (2011) 41, 59-65
K. Sotirovski, D. Rigling, U. Heiniger and M.G. Milgroom (2011)
Variation in virulence of Cryphonectria hypovirus 1 in Macedonia

Forest Pathology (2006) 36, 136-143
K. Sotirovski, M.G. Milgroom, D. Rigling and U. Heiniger (2006)
Occurrence of Cryphonectria hypovirus 1 in the chestnut blight fungus in Macedonia

Phytopathology (2006) 96, 1337-1344
S. Prospero, M. Conedera, U. Heiniger and D. Rigling (2006)
Saprophytic activity and sporulation of Cryphonectria parasitica on dead chestnut wood in forests with naturally established hypovirulence

Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2003) 69, 3767-3771
Patrik J. Hoegger, Ursula Heiniger, Ottmar Holdenrieder and Daniel Rigling (2003)
Differential transfer and dissemination of hypovirus and nuclear and mitochondrial genomes of a hypovirus-infected Cryphonectria parasitica strain after introduction into a natural population

Mycologia (2002) 94, 105-115
Patrik J. Hoegger, Daniel Rigling, Ottmar Holdenrieder and Ursula Heiniger (2002)
Cryphonectria radicalis: rediscovery of a lost fungus

Molecular Ecology (1999) 8, 843-854
C. Allemann, P. Hoegger, U. Heiniger and D. Rigling (1999)
Genetic variation of Cryphonectria hypoviruses (CHV1) in Europe, assessed using restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) markers

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) Heiniger et al. - Diversity of vegetative ...
U. Heiniger, P. Cortesi, C. Colinas, C. Perlerou, D. Rigling, C. Robin, K. Sotirovski and M. Uscuplic (1998)
Diversity of vegetative compatibility groups of Cryphonectria parasitica in Europe
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Poster presented in section: Population genetics, structure and dynamics

European Journal of Forest Pathology (1998) 28, 167-176
P. Cortesi, D. Rigling and U. Heiniger (1998)
Comparison of vegetative compatibility types in Italian and Swiss subpopulations of Cryphonectria parasitica

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) Rigling et al. - Molecular approaches to ...
D. Rigling, P. Hoegger and U. Heiniger (1998)
Molecular approaches to improve the use of viruses as biocontrol agents of plant pathogenic fungi
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Paper presented in section: Molecular approaches to biological control strategies

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) Hoegger et al. - Tracking the dissemination of ...
P.J. Hoegger, C. Allemann, O. Holdenrieder, D. Rigling and U. Heiniger (1998)
Tracking the dissemination of genetically characterized hypovirus-infected Cryphonectria parasitica strains after a biocontrol treatment
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Poster presented in section: Molecular approaches to biological control strategies

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) Rigling et al. - Saprophytic activity of the ...
D. Rigling, S. Prospero, M. Conedera and U. Heiniger (1998)
Saprophytic activity of the chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica and its impact for biological control
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Poster presented in section: Diseases of woody plants: biology, management and control

Phytopathology (1997) 87, 50-59
Martin Bissegger, Daniel Rigling and Ursula Heiniger (1997)
Population structure and disease development of Cryphonectria parasitica in European chestnut forests in the presence of natural hypovirulence

European Journal of Forest Pathology (1996) 26, 57-68
P.J. Hoegger, T. Binz and U. Heiniger (1996)
Detection of genetic variation between Ophiostoma ulmi and the NAN and EAN races of O. novo-ulmi in Switzerland using RAPD markers

Canadian Journal of Botany - Revue Canadienne de Botanique (1990) 68, 2629-2635
O. Petrini, L. Toti, L.E. Petrini and U. Heiniger (1990)
Gremmeniella abietina and G. laricina in Europe: characterization and identification of isolates and laboratory strains by soluble protein electrophoresis