Genetic population structure of three Armillaria species at the landscape scale: a case study from Swiss Pinus mugo forests.

@article{Bendel2006GeneticPS,
  title={Genetic population structure of three Armillaria species at the landscape scale: a case study from Swiss Pinus mugo forests.},
  author={Muriel Bendel and Felix Kienast and Daniel Rigling},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2006},
  volume={110 Pt 6},
  pages={705-12}
}
Armillaria species are plant pathogens that cause Armillaria root rot and are known to cause mortality of mountain pines (Pinus mugo) in the Swiss National Park in the Central Alps. The identity of isolates and the spatially explicit population structure of the Armillaria species were investigated in a 3.3km(2) study area in the Swiss National Park. In total, 242 Armillaria isolates, 205 from wood samples and 37 from epiphytic rhizomorphs, were collected. Species were identified using haploid… CONTINUE READING
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