Friederike Mahr

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Characterisation of populations of Phragmidium violaceum in Australia is necessary to assess the efficacy of this exotic rust fungus for the biological control of various genotypes of European blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L. aggregate). P. violaceum was introduced to Australia on at least three separate occasions: the first being an unauthorised(More)
The small, phylogenetically isolated liverwort genus Ptilidium has been regarded as of cool-Gondwanic origin with the bipolar, terrestrial Ptilidium ciliare giving rise to the Northern Hemisphere epiphytes Ptilidium pulcherrimum and Ptilidium californicum. This hypothesis is examined using a dataset including three chloroplast DNA regions from 134 Ptilidium(More)
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