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Bark and Wood Boring Insects in Living Trees in Europe, a Synthesis
The BAWBILT bases in Europe.- The Bawbilt Context in Europe.- The Directory of European Experts.- The Bawbilt Database.- Damage and Control of Bawbilt Organisms an Overview.- Bark Beetles.- TaxonomyExpand
Effects of drought and heat on forest insect populations in relation to the 2003 drought in Western Europe
Bien que la secheresse affecte directement la physiologie et la croissance des arbres, l'impact de facteurs secondaires (insectes ravageurs, pathogenes et feu) est souvent plus important que leExpand
Induced Responses in Phenolic Metabolism in Two Norway Spruce Clones after Wounding and Inoculations with Ophiostoma polonicum, a Bark Beetle-Associated Fungus
Two Norway spruce (Picea abies Karst.) clones, one resistant and the other susceptible to mass inoculation with Ophiostoma polonicum Siem., were compared with regard to their phenolic compositionsExpand
Bark and wood boring insects involved in oak declines in Europe: Current knowledge and future prospects in a context of climate change
Oak declines are multifactorial processes in which bark and wood boring (BWB) beetles can act as major inciting factors, killing the weakened trees. Nonetheless, the current knowledge on the biology,Expand
Stimulation of tree defenses by Ophiostomatoid fungi can explain attack success of bark beetles on conifers
Abstract• Our aim is to present why the hypothesis, that Ophiostomatoid fungi play an important role in the establishment of most bark beetle species on living conifers, is valuable.• AfterExpand
Host Resistance to Bark Beetles and Its Variations
As with all other living organisms, trees are able to defend themselves against attacks and, during their colonization process, bark beetles face and must overcome a diversity of resistanceExpand
Phenolic predictors for Norway spruce resistance to the bark beetle Ips typographus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) and an associated fungus, Ceratocystis polonica
Changes in phloem phenolic content of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) clones were followed during the first 12 days of the reaction induced by phloem artificial inoculation with Ceratocysti...
Intra- and inter-provenance variability in phloem phenols of Picea abies and relationship to a bark beetle-associated fungus.
One hundred Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) clones (three ramets per clone) were analyzed for phloem phenol composition and concentration before and 10 days after wound inoculation withExpand
Insects and Diseases of Mediterranean Forest Systems