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作者:Richard A. Sniezko , Angelia Kegley , Douglas P. Savin
来源:[J].New Forests(IF 1.636), 2017, Vol.48 (2), pp.245-261
摘要:Genetic variation in a plant species is a key to its ability to survive and evolve in the face of changing environmental pressures. Due to insect and disease impacts, changes in fire regimes, and a changing climate, many populations of high elevation white pine species continue t...
作者:Richard A. Sniezko , Jennifer Koch
来源:[J].Biological Invasions(IF 2.509), 2017, Vol.19 (11), pp.3377-3400
摘要:Tree species world-wide are under increasing threat from diseases and insects, many of which are non-native. The integrity of our natural, urban and plantation forest ecosystems, and the services they provide are seriously imperiled. Breeding programs that harness the natural gen...
作者:Richard A. Sniezko , Michael Murray ...
来源:[J].Plant Molecular Biology(IF 3.518), 2017, Vol.95 (4-5), pp.359-374
摘要:RNA-seq analysis on whitebark pine needles demonstrated that methyl jasmonate (MeJA)-triggered transcriptome re-programming substantially overlapped with defense responses against insects and fungal pathogens in Pinus species, increasing current knowledge regarding induced system...
作者:Richard A. Sniezko , Rona N. Sturrock ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2016, Vol.17 (1)
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)Linkage of DNA markers with phenotypic traits provides essential information to dissect clustered genes with potential phenotypic contributions in a target genome region. Pinus flexilis E. James (limber pine) is a keystone five-needle pine species in ...
作者:Richard A. Sniezko , Holly Williams ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2015, Vol.16 (1)
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)The fungus Cronartium ribicola (Cri) is an economically and ecologically important forest pathogen that causes white pine blister rust (WPBR) disease on five-needle pines. To cause stem cankers and kill white pine trees the fungus elaborates a life cy...
作者:Rebecca J. Ganley , Richard A. Sniezko , George Newcombe
来源:[J].Forest Ecology and Management(IF 2.766), 2008, Vol.255 (7), pp.2751-2760
摘要:Abstract(#br)Induced resistance responses, including fungal endophyte-mediated resistance, have been well studied in both agricultural crops and grass systems. Yet, the effect of these processes and symbionts in forest trees is poorly known. Fungal endophytes have been found in a...
作者:Richard A. Sniezko , Jason Smith ...
来源:[J].Forests(IF 1.094), 2014, Vol.5 (9), pp.2050-2083
摘要:Damage or mortality from pathogens can reduce productivity of forest plantations, as well as significantly harm natural forest ecosystems. Genetic resistance within the host species is the first line of defense for tree species. Resistance breeding programs for the native fusifor...
作者:Richard A. Sniezko , Arezoo Zamany ...
来源:[J].Plant Biotechnology Journal(IF 6.279), 2017, Vol.15 (9), pp.1149-1162
摘要:Summary(#br)Molecular breeding incorporates efficient tools to increase rust resistance in five‐needle pines. Susceptibility of native five‐needle pines to white pine blister rust ( WPBR ), caused by the non‐native invasive fungus Cronartium ribicola (J.C. Fisch.), has ...
作者:Richard A. Sniezko
来源:[J].Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology(IF 1.115), 2006, Vol.28 (sup1), pp.S270-S279
摘要:Nonnative invasive pathogens have decimated North American forests for over 100 years, and additional pathogens continue to arrive. These pathogens are destined to be permanent fixtures in the ecosystem. In many cases, management activities have been unsuccessful in slowing the s...
作者:Anna W. Schoettle , Richard A. Sniezko
来源:[J].Journal of Forest Research(IF 0.838), 2007, Vol.12 (5), pp.327-336
摘要:Abstract(#br)Only recently have efforts begun to address how management might prepare currently healthy forests to affect the outcome of invasion by established non-native pests. Cronartium ribicola , the fungus that causes the disease white pine blister rust (WPBR), is among the...

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