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The Xylariaceae as phytopathogens

The Xylariaceae as phytopathogens

Recent research developments in plant science Vol 1: 1-19

This paper outlines the diseases caused by members of the Xylariaceae, a large and well known ascomycete family with worldwide distribution. The significance of water stress in host trees in relation to the development of canker disease following latent invasion is considered with examples from Europe, USA, Australia and Thailand. Root infections caused mainly by species of Rosellinia are reviewed and the implication of toxins produced by certain fungi is addressed.

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