Fungal endophytes in spotted knapweed: do they affect its invasiveness?

@inproceedings{Newcombe2007FungalEI,
  title={Fungal endophytes in spotted knapweed: do they affect its invasiveness?},
  author={George Newcombe and Anil Kumar H Raghavendra and Alexey B Shipunov and Cort L. Anderson and Hongjian Ding and Sanford D. Eigenbrode and Tiffany Prather and Mark Schwarzlaender and Timoth B. Harrington and Sarah H. Reichard},
  year={2007}
}
Harrington, Timothy B.; Reichard, Sarah H., tech. eds. 2007. Meeting the challenge: invasive plants in Pacific Northwest ecosystems. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-694. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 166 p. During September 19-20, 2006, a conference was held at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Seattle, WA, with the title “Meeting the challenge: invasive plants in Pacific Northwest Ecosystems.” The mission of the conference… CONTINUE READING

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