Invasion of European pine stands by a North American forest pathogen and its hybridization with a native interfertile taxon.

@article{Gonthier2007InvasionOE,
  title={Invasion of European pine stands by a North American forest pathogen and its hybridization with a native interfertile taxon.},
  author={Paolo Gonthier and Giovanni Nicolotti and Rachel E Linzer and Fabio Guglielmo and Matteo M. Garbelotto},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={16 7},
  pages={1389-400}
}
It was recently reported that North American (NA) individuals of the forest pathogen Heterobasidion annosum were found in a single pine stand near Rome, in association with the movement of US troops during World War II. Here, we report on some aspects of the invasion biology of this pathogen in Italian coastal pinewoods, and on its interaction with native (EU) Heterobasidion populations. Spores of Heterobasidion were sampled using woody traps in pine stands along 280 km of coast around Rome… CONTINUE READING

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