Conifer Stored Resources and Resistance to a Fungus Associated with the Spruce Bark Beetle Ips typographus

@inproceedings{Lahr2013ConiferSR,
  title={Conifer Stored Resources and Resistance to a Fungus Associated with the Spruce Bark Beetle Ips typographus},
  author={Eleanor C Lahr and Paal Krokene},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Bark beetles and associated fungi are among the greatest natural threats to conifers worldwide. Conifers have potent defenses, but resistance to beetles and fungal pathogens may be reduced if tree stored resources are consumed by fungi rather than used for tree defense. Here, we assessed the relationship between tree stored resources and resistance to Ceratocystis polonica, a phytopathogenic fungus vectored by the spruce bark beetle Ips typographus. We measured phloem and sapwood nitrogen, non… CONTINUE READING

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