10 references found for Ophiostoma ulmi sensu lato:
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Summary: The American Phytopathological Society (APS) offers on its website illustrated lessons to introduce the symptoms and signs, pathogen biology, disease cycle, epidemiology, disease management, and scientific, economic and social significance of major plant diseases. The website will also offer basic information on the history, biology, survival, dissemination, host-parasite interactions, epidemiology and management of the major groups of plant pathogens. This section is in development.
APS Introductory Plant Pathology Resources is available from http://www.apsnet.org/education/IntroPlantPath/top.html. This page is available from: http://www.apsnet.org/education/LessonsPlantPath/DutchElm/default.htm [Accessed 7 November 2006]
Summary: Available from: http://www.padil.gov.au/pests-and-diseases/Pest/Main/136624 [Accessed 7 December 2011]
Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/pests/dutch-elm-disease [Accessed 18 March 2010]
Summary: An extensive report on the biology, ecology, distribution and prevention of Dutch Elm Disease.
Available from: http://www.ext.nodak.edu/extpubs/plantsci/trees/pp324w.htm [Accessed 21 May 2003].
5. Anacker, B. 2001. Microascales. University of Wisconsin.
Summary: A detailed report on the order Microascales and the species it includes. Ophiostoma ulmi is among these species. The report has background information on O. ulmi and photos.
6. Bernard, B. 2000. Dutch Elm Disease. NC State University.
Summary: A report that includes the European countries that are affected by Dutch Elm disease.
Summary: Available from: http://www.bspp.org.uk/publications/new-disease-reports/ndr.php?id=020006 [Accessed 18 March 2010]
8. Palm, E., Craig, W. 1999. Dutch Elm Disease in Missouri. University of Missouri.
Summary: A report on Dutch Elm Disease in Missouri and throughout the U.S.
9. Partridge, J. 1997. Dutch elm disease. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Summary: A website that contains information on Dutch elm disease. It includes helpful links and illustrations.
10. PMI (Pest Management Services) 2003. Dutch elm disease. City of Edmonton.
Summary: A short summary on the spread of Dutch elm disease to Canada.