12 references found for Lachnellula willkommii:
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Summary: This lists counties in Maine where L. willkommii is found and tells of regulated articles of Larix spp. and of restrictions of transport of this tree.
Available from: http://pi.cdfa.ca.gov/pqm/manual/pdf/219.pdf [Accessed January 15, 2007]
Summary: The website describes the distribution of L. willkommii throughout North America and how state and federal agencies are trying to curb the transportation of sensitive materials.
Available from: http://tncweeds.ucdavis.edu/products/gallery/lacwi1.html [Accessed January 29, 2007]
Summary: The article desrbes the origins of L. willkommii, as well as control, distribution, epedemiology, and susceptible species.
Available from: http://inforets.free.fr/article.php3?id_article=192 [Accessed January 15, 2007]
4. Tkacz, B. 2002. Pest risks associated with importing wood to the United States. Can. J. Plant Pathol.24: 111-116.
Summary: The article explains how the importing of unmanufactured wood in the United States is dangerous. It explains pest risk assessment of wood in the United States.
5. Xu, Haigen, S., Qiang, Z. Han, J. Guo, Z. Huang, H. Sun, S. He, H. Ding, H. Wu, F. Wan. 2006. The status and cause of species invasion in China. Biodiversity and Conservation. 15: 2893-2904.
Summary: The arilcle discusses introduced species in China. It talks about impacts invasive organisms have made in the country and there should be quaratine measures and risk assessment procedures put in place very soon.
Summary: The summary was done on insect pests, fungal pests, and viral pests. Aspects of distribution were assessed in the summary.
Available from: http://www.inspection.gc.ca/english/sci/surv/sit2000e.shtml [Accessed January 15, 2007]
Summary: This website gives a brief decription of the distibution of L. willkommii.
Available from: http://www.inspection.gc.ca/english/plaveg/pestrava/lacwil/lacwile.shtml [Accessed January 15, 2007]
8. Karadzic, D. 1989. The Most Frequent Occurring in Plantation Larch Scots Pine and Macedonian Pine on Kopaonik Yugoslavia. Zastita Bilja. 40(3): 309-318.
Summary: This article discusses the fungal diseases prevelant in Yugoslavia. The degree of infection and where the disease was occurring on the trees is also mentioned.
Summary: This study was done to determine if Larches were resistant to L. willkommii at different ages in mountainous areas in Poland.
Available from: http://www.ejpau.media.pl/volume9/issue2/art-29.html [Accessed January 15, 2007]
10. Maltras, J. 2001. Provenance Studies of the Forest research Institute on the European Larch in 1948-2000. Proce Instytutu Badawczego Lesnictwa. Seria A. 908/912: 41-63.
Summary: The study was done to find susceptability to injuries of the Larch by abiotic and biotic factors.
11. Miller-Weeks, M., D. Stark. 1983. European Larch Canker in Maine. Plant Dis. 67(4): 448.
Summary: The article discusses stands infected with Lachnellula willkommii in Maine.
12. Pãques, L.E., G. Sylvestre-Guinot, C. Dalatour. 1999. Genetic variations among clones of Larix decidua polonica for resistance to Lachnellula willkommii. Annals of Forest Science. 56(2): 155-156.
Summary: This was a study that was done to determine resistance of the Larch to L. willkommii. The Larch clones were taken from native stands in Poland and the limbs were innoculated with the fungus.