Bußkamp, Johanna und Langer, Gitta (AFZ-DerWald 10/2021)

Literaturhinweise aus „Endophyten in Kiefernzweigen – Diversität und forstliche Bedeutung“ von Johanna Bußkamp und Gitta Langer (AFZ-DerWald 10/2021):

[1] Bußkamp J (2018) Schadenserhebung, Kartierung und Charakterisierung des „Diplodia-Triebsterbens“ der Kiefer, insbesondere des endophytischen Vorkommens in den klimasensiblen Räumen und Identifikation von den in Kiefer (Pinus sylvestris) vorkommenden Endophyten. Universität Kassel

[2] Bußkamp J, Langer GJ, Langer EJ (2020) Sphaeropsis sapinea and fungal endophyte diversity in twigs of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) in Germany. Mycological Progress 19:985–999

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[9] Langer GJ, Bußkamp J (2019) Vom harmlosen Siedler zum Parasiten. www.forstpraxis.de  Deutscher Waldbesitzer 5/2019

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[14] Peršoh D, Melcher M, Flessa F, Rambold G (2010) First fungal community analyses of endophytic ascomycetes associated with Viscum album ssp. austriacum and its host Pinus sylvestris. Fungal Biology 114:585–596

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[16] Sanz-Ros AV, Müller MM, San Martín R, Diez JJ (2015) Fungal endophytic communities on twigs of fast and slow growing Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in northern Spain. Fungal Biology 119:870–883

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