Bibliography Database

The references listed in this P. ramorum bibliography include journal articles, agency reports, paper abstracts, and technical publications. They are in alphabetical order, by author's last name. Reports that are published without specific authorship are listed by agency name. You may search or browse the database or download the Bibliography as a PDF. If you see errors in the bibliography, please email the webmaster.


897 Citations

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Abad, S.G., J.A. Abad, and T. Creswell. 2002. Advances in the integration of morphological and molecular characterization in Phytophthora genus: The case of P. kelmania and other putative new species. Phytopath... | Show full citation , ,
Aldhous, J.R. 2004. Phytophthora ramorum - The current position of Ramorum Dieback Disease and Sudden Oak Death Disease. Scottish Forestry 58(1): 5-7.... | Show full citation
Alexander, H.M. 2010. Disease in Natural Plant Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems: Insights into Ecological and Evolutionary Processes. Plant Disease 94(5). DOI: 10.1094/PDIS-94-5-0492.... | Show full citation
Alexander, J. 2012. The Past, Present, and Future of Sudden Oak Death. Outlooks on Pest Management, Volume 23, Number 2, April 2012 , pp. 72-76(5). DOI: 10.1564/23apr07.... | Show full citation
Alexander, J. and C.A. Lee. 2010. Lessons Learned from a Decade of Sudden Oak Death in California: Evaluating Local Management. Environmental Management. DOI 10.1007/s00267-010-9512-4. Available online at http:... | Show full citation ,
Allen, E., and L. Cree. 2004. Rosa and Phytophthora ramorum. CFIA (23 April).... | Show full citation ,
Allen, E., B. Callan, L. Cree, and S. Sela. 2003. The impact of Phytophthora ramorum on Canada. Sudden Oak Death online symposium. Doi:10.1094/SOD-2003-EA. | Show full citation , , ,
Alonso Chavez, V.; Parnell, S.; and Van Den Bosch, F. 2016. Monitoring Invasive Pathogens in Plant Nurseries for Early-Detection and to Minimise the Probability of Escape. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 407: 2... | Show full citation , ,
Anacker, B., N.E. Rank, D. Hüberli, M. Garbelotto, S. Gordon, T. Harnik, R. Whitkus, and R. Meentemeyer. 2008. Susceptibility to Phytophthora ramorum in a key infectious host: landscape variation in host genot... | Show full citation , , , , , , ,
Anderson, L.G.; Rocliffe, S.; Haddaway, N.R.; and Dunn, A.M. 2015. The Role of Tourism and Recreation in the Spread of Non-Native Species: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLoS ONE 10(10): e0140833. doi:1... | Show full citation , , ,
Apigan, K., and D.L. Dahlsten. 2002. Effect of sudden oak death-induced habitat change on insectivorous, cavity-nesting birds. Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA.... | Show full citation ,
Apigian, K. and B. Allen-Diaz. 2005. SOD-Induced Changes in Foraging and Nesting Behavior of Insectivorous, Cavity-Nesting Birds. Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.... | Show full citation ,
Apigian, K., D.L. Dahlsten, and W. Tietje. 2002. Effects of sudden oak death on vertebrate communities in coast live oak and tanoak/redwood ecosystems: a collaborative study. Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium,... | Show full citation , ,
Apigian, K., L. Brown, J. Loda, S. Toas, and B. Allen-Diaz. 2005. Small mammal and herpetofauna abundance and diversity along a gradient of Sudden Oak Death infection. Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-... | Show full citation , , , ,
Appel, D.N., S. Service, and T. Kurdyla. 2004. Nursery survey for sudden oak death in Texas. Phytopathology 94: S5.... | Show full citation , ,
Appel, D.N., T. Kurdyla, R.F. Billings, K.S. Camilli, and A. Purdy. 2005. Trace Forward, Perimeter, and National Nursery Surveys for Sudden Oak Death in Texas. Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 Janua... | Show full citation , , , ,
Appiah, A.A., P. Jennings, and J.A. Turner. Phytophthora ramorum: one pathogen and many diseases, an emerging threat to forest ecosystems and ornamental plant life. Mycologist 18(4). DOI: 10:1017/S0269915XO400... | Show full citation , ,
Aram, K. and Rizzo, D.M. 2011. Phytophthora ramorum’s trophic nature suggests that it cannot utilize dead leaf litter in aquatic systems. Phytopathology 101:S8.... | Show full citation ,
Aram, K.; Moral, J.; and Rizzo, D.M. Quercus chrysolepis foliage supports sporulation of Phytophthora ramorum. Poster. 6th IUFRO Meeting Working Party 7-02-09, Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems Mee... | Show full citation , ,
Aram, K.; Swiecki, T.; Bernhardt, E.; and Rizzo, D.M. 2011. Canyon live oak (Quercus chrysolepis) is susceptible to bole infection by Phytophthora ramorum. Phytopathology 101:S8.... | Show full citation , , ,
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