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Development of contingency plans for use against exotic pests and diseases of trees and timber. 1. Problems with the detection and identification of exotic plant pathogens of forest trees



Development of contingency plans for use against exotic pests and diseases of trees and timber. 1. Problems with the detection and identification of exotic plant pathogens of forest trees



Australian Forestry 50(1): 5-15



To exclude exotic diseases of native and introduced trees in Australia, quarantine must be based on sound biological principles. The influence on quarantine of several biological factors is discussed: these include life cycle of the pathogen, alternate hosts, methods of introduction, the lag period between introduction of a pathogen and its detection, deficiencies in disease records, taxonomic resources for identification and others.

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