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Phylogenic diversity of fungal endophytes in Spanish stands of Pinus halepensis
Fungal endophytes were collected from 168 Pinus halepensis trees sampled in 55 Spanish stands. In total, 229 endophytic isolates were grouped into 92 morphotypes according to their mycelium features.Expand
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Why offshore wind energy
At the beginning of 2010, only 2000 wind megawatts had been installed offshore. Although the first offshore wind farm experiment took place in 1990, most of the facilities built up to now have beenExpand
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Fungi in leaves, twigs and stem bark of Populus tremula from northern Spain
Summary Fungal species were recorded from Populus tremula leaves, twigs and bark (trunk) at eight sites in the northern region of Spain, with the aim of evaluating the effect of sampling site,Expand
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Attractive responses by Monochamus galloprovincialis (Col., Cerambycidae) to host and bark beetle semiochemicals
Abstract:  The pine sawyer Monochamus galloprovincialis is the European vector of the recently introduced pine wood nematode. This nematode is the causal organism of pine wilt disease, a serious treeExpand
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An operative kairomonal lure for managing pine sawyer beetle Monochamus galloprovincialis (Coleoptera: Cerymbycidae)
Abstract:  Monochamus galloprovincialis Olivier (Col., Cerambycidae) is a vector of the pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, causing the destructive pine wilt disease. An effective lureExpand
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Acarofauna associated with Ips sexdentatus in northwest Spain
Abstract The acarofauna associated with Ips sexdentatus in León (NW Spain) was identified. Mites were collected directly from the bodies of the I. sexdentatus specimens and also from barks samples ofExpand
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Ophiostomatoid Fungi Transported by Ips sexdentatus (Coleoptera; Scolytidae) in Pinus pinaster in NW Spain
Ips sexdentatus (Coleoptera; Scolytidae) is one of the main vectors of ophiostomatoid blue stain fungi that can cause mortality of healthy conifers. For this reason, our objective was to identify theExpand
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Fungi associated with the decline of Pinus halepensis in Spain
Fungal species richness and composition within needles and twigs in 55 stands of Pinus halepensis, spread out over the whole Iberian Peninsula, were determined. The aim was to evaluate theExpand
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Geometric Detached Breakwater Indicators on the Spanish Northeast Coastline
Abstract Many beaches have been eroded and the obvious environmental and landscape degradation of many coastal stretches are problems that coastal engineers are spending time solving. With this inExpand
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Alternative species to replace Monterey pine plantations affected by pitch canker caused by Fusarium circinatum in northern Spain
The pitch canker pathogen Fusarium circinatum was first found to cause damage in nurseries and pine plantations in northern Spain in 2004. Since then, establishment of pine plantations in the regionExpand
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