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Dale, A.L., Lewis, K.J., & Murray, B.W. (2011). Sexual Reproduction and Gene Flow in the Pine Pathogen Dothistroma septosporum in British Columbia. Phytopathology, 101, 68-76.

De Wit, P.J.G.M., van der Burgt, A., Okmen, B., Stergiopoulos, I., Abd-Elsalam, K.A., Aerts, A.L., Bahkali, A.H., Beenen, H.G., Chettri, P., … & Bradshaw, R.E. (2012). The genomes of the fungal plant pathogens Cladosporium fulvum and Dothistroma septosporum reveal adaptation to different hosts and lifestyles but also signatures of common ancestry. PLoS Genetics, 8, e1003088.

Dearness, J. (1928). New and noteworthy fungi IV. Mycologia, 18, 236-255.

Dennis, R.W.G. (1964) .The fungi of the Isle of Rhum. Kew Bulletin, 77-127.

Desprez-Loustau, M.L., Robin, C., Reynaud, G., Deque, M., Badeau, V., Piou, D., Husson, C., & Marcais, B. (2007). Simulating the effects of a climate-change scenario on the geographical range and activity of forest-pathogenic fungi. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology-Revue Canadienne De Phytopathologie, 29, 101-120.

Devey, M.E., Groom, K.A., Nolan, M.F., Bell, J.C., Dudzinski, M.J., Old, K.M., Matheson, A.C., & Moran, G.F. (2004) .Detection and verification of quantitative trait loci for resistance to Dothistroma needle blight in Pinus radiata. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 108, 1056-1063.

Dick, A.M.P. (1989). Control of Dothistroma needle blight in the Pinus radiata stands of Kinleith forest. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 19, 171-179.

Dick, M. & Vanner, A.L. (1986). Nursery diseases. Forest Pathology in New Zealand, 20 pp.-20 pp.

Doroguine, G. (1911). Une maladie cryptogamique du pin. Bulletin Trimestriel de la Societe Mycologique de France, 27, 105-106.

Drenkhan, R. (2011). Epidemiological investigation of pine foliage diseases by the use of the needle trace method. Doctoral thesis, Estonian University of Life Sciences. P. 207.

Drenkhan, R., Hanso, M. 2009. Recent invasion of foliage fungi of pines (Pinus spp.) to the Northern Baltics. Forestry Studies / Metsanduslikud Uurimused 51: 49-64.

Drenkhan, R., Hantula, J., Vuorinen, M., Jankovský, L., Müller, M.M. 2013. Genetic diversity of Dothistroma septosporum in Estonia, Finland and Czech Republic. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 136, 71-85.

Drenkhan, R., Adamson, K., Jürimaa, K., & Hanso, M. (2014). Dothistroma septosporum on firs (Abies spp.) in the northern Baltics. Forest Pathology, 44(3), 250-254.

Dubin, H.J. & Walper, S. (1967). Dothistroma pini on Pseudotsuga menziesii. Plant Disease Reporter, 51, 454.

Dubin, J. & Staley, J.M. (1966). Dothistroma pini on Pinus radiata in Chile. Plant Disease Reporter, 50, 280.

Dvorak, M., Drapela, K., & Jankovsky, L. (2012). Dothistroma septosporum: spore production and weather conditions. Forest Systems, 21, 323-328.

Edwards, D. (1978) Dothistroma under observation. Forest & Timber, 14, 15-17.

Edwards, D.W. & Wa.lker, J. (1976). Dothistroma septospora on Pinus in Australia. APPS Newsletter, 5, 25-25.

Edwards, D.W. & Walker, J. (1978). Dothistroma needle blight in Australia. Australian Forest Research, 8, 125-137.

Eldridge, R.H., Dowden, H., & Lind, P. (1980). Susceptibility of five provenances of ponderosa pine to Dothistroma needle blight. Plant Disease, 64, 400-401.

Eldridge, R.H. & Simpson, J.A. (1987). Development of contingency plans for use against exotic pests and diseases of trees and timber. 3. Histories of control measures against some introduced pests and diseases of forests and forest products in Australia. Australian Forestry, 50, 24-36.

Eldridge, R.H., Turner, J., & Lambert, M.J. (1981). Dothistroma needle blight in a New South Wales Pinus radiata plantation in relation to soil types. Australian Forestry, 44, 42-45.

Elliot, G.S., Mason, R.W., Ferry, D.G., & Edwards, I.R. (1989). Dothistromin risk assessment for forestry workers. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 19, 163-170.

Elliott, D.A. (1976). The influence of disease and insect problems on management practice in Kaingaroa Forest. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 6, 188-192.

Ennos, R. A. (2015). Resilience of forests to pathogens: an evolutionary ecology perspective. Forestry, 88(1), 41-52.

Epstein, A.H. (1970). Fungicidal control of Dothistroma needle blight of Austrian Pine. Plant Disease Reporter, 54, 679-80.

Evans, H.C. (1984). The genus Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs Cercoseptoria, Dothistroma and Lecanosticta on pines. Mycological Paper, 102 pp.-102 pp.

Evans, H.C. & Oleas, A.R. (1983). Pathology of Pinus radiata in Ecuador with special reference to Dothistroma. Tropical Pest Management, 29, 316-320.

Fabre, B., Ioos, R., Piou, D., & Marcais, B. (2012). Is the Emergence of Dothistroma Needle Blight of Pine in France Caused by the Cryptic Species Dothistroma pini? Phytopathology, 102, 47-54.

Farjon, A. (2001). World checklist and bibliography of conifers, 2 edn. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Fernandez de Ana, F.J. & Toval, G. (1979). Estudio de los daños producidos por el Dothistroma pini Hulbary en masas de Pinus radiata D. Don en Galicia(3882K). En Comunicaciones, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Madrid, Serie Proteccion Vegetal, pp. 28 pp.-28 pp.
(Study of damages caused by Dothistroma pini Hulbary in Pinus radiata D. Don stands in Galicia
The fungus Dothistroma pini Hulbary causes severe damages in nursery plants of Pinus radiata D. Don which makes them unable to be used for plantations. Chemical treatments, particularly those having copper oxychloride (applied every two weeks during May to June) were effective. The treated needle was observed to be asymptomatic during two years. In diseased stands of P. radiata both dominant and dominated trees were infected. The progression of the disease is reported. Reductions of diameter growth and plant height were positively related to the loss of canopy caused by the disease, stem volume loss was 71, 88 and 97% for canopy losses ranging from 26 to 50, 51 to 75 and 76 to 100%, respectively.)

Fernandez de Ana Magan, F.J. (1975). La enfermedad de la “banda roja” en el P. radiata (2762K). Communicaciones, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Proteccion Vegetal, 16 pp. + 3 pl.-16 pp. + 3 pl.
(Red-band disease of Pinus radiata
Red band disease caused by Dothistroma pini is causing considerable damages in P. radiata stands of the northern and northeastern Iberian Peninsula. The disease, fungus, damages and treatment methods are described. The criptic characteristic of the disease made it difficult to report. In the Forestry Department of Lourizán, management of the disease through thining methods and assessment of soils is being performed.)

Figueiredo, M. & Namekata, T. (1969). Dothistroma pini Hulbary, the causal agent of needle blight in Pinus spp., a fungus recently observed in Brazil. Biologico, 35, 179-181.

Fish, G.R. (1968). The hazard presented to freshwater life by aerial copper spraying New Zealand Forest Service.

Fonseca-Neves, N. & Azevedo, N.d. (1990). Contribution to the knowledge on and control of diseases on Pinus pinea. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas, 16, 447-453.

Fonseca, N. (1980). Dothistroma septospora in Portugal. Boletim da Sociedade Broteriana, 54, 217-224.

Fonseca, N. (1998). Mycosphaerella pini (= Scirrhia pini), the perfect state of Dothistroma septospora: first observation in Portugal. Information Report – Laurentian Forestry Centre, Quebec Region, Canadian Forest Service, 69-74.

Forbes, A. S., Norton, D. A., & Carswell, F. E. (2014). Underplanting degraded exotic Pinus with indigenous conifers assists forest restoration. Ecological Management & Restoration.

Ford, L.B. (1982). Dothistroma en Costa Rica. Turrialba, 32, 75-82.

Foster, L.E.P. (1982). Dothistroma blight. Research Note, Forest Department, Jamaica, 1 p.-1 p.

Franco, S.E. Evaluacion biologica de tratamientos químicos para controlar el daño causado por Dothistroma septospora al cabo de 5 años en una plantación de Pinus radiata en Valdivia (1069K) .Source: Master thesis(Biological evaluation of chemical treatments to control damages caused by D. septospora after 5 years in a P. radiata plantation in Valdivia (Chile)


Troughout this study we developed a biological evaluation of the effect of several chemical treatments with the porpuse of controlling the damage caused by D. septospora under the volumetrical measurement of P. radiata (diameter at breast height, total height and index related to biomass) and in the fungi attack. The essay belongs to the Proyect “Model of growth for P. radiata plantations under different treatments in order to control D. septospora” located near Valdivia. The three volumetrical measurement which were analized showed the goodness of the treatments applied, being the total height the least sensitive. The use of annual spraying with fungicide becomes the open door for a biological performed even if we do or not use herbicide in the year of plantation. Seems to be better an only spraying of herbicide in the year of plantation than the treatmets less intensive of fungicide. We found out that the mixture of fungicide and herbicide the year of plantation present a wrong effect on development of P. radiata and in the level of desease. We also analized the effect of this fungi in trees of different diameter and we found that the ones with minor diameter are more vulnerables to the attack and the treatments are more impressive in these than in the biggest one.)

Franich, R.A. (1978). Brief notes on Dothistroma [Scirrhia] pini metabolites. International Union of Forest Research Organizations: Meeting of IUFRO Working Groups S 2.06.12 and 2.07.07. Pests and diseases of tropical pines.: Reunion de los Grupos de Trabajo de la IUFRO S 2.06.12 y 2.07.07. Plagas y Enfermedades de Pinos en el Tropico. ‘Piedras Blancas’, Medellin, Colombia, Septiembre 3-14, 1978., 1 p.-1 p.

Franich, R.A. (1988). Chemistry of weathering and solubilisation of copper fungicide and the effect of copper on germination, growth, metabolism, and reproduction of Dothistroma pini. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 18, 318-328.

Franich, R.A., Carson, M.J., & Carson, S.D. (1986). Synthesis and accumulation of benzoic acid in Pinus radiata needles in response to tissue injury by dothistromin, and correlation with resistance of P. radiata families to Dothistroma pini. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 28, 267-286.

Franich, R.A., Gadgil, P.D., & Shain, L. (1983). Fungistatic effects of Pinus radiata needle epicuticular fatty and resin acids on Dothistroma pini. Physiological Plant Pathology, 23, 183-195.

Franich, R.A., Gaskin, R.E., Wells, L.G., & Zabkiewicz, J.A. (1982) Effect of Pinus radiata needle monoterpenes on spore germination and mycelial growth of Dothistroma pini in vitro in relation to mature tree resistance. Physiological Plant Pathology, 21, 55-63.

Franich, R.A. & Wells, L.G. (1977). Infection of Pinus radiata by Dothistroma pini: effect of buffer capacity of needle homogenates. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 7, 35-39.

Fresa, R. (1968). Banda roja de los pinos (Dothistroma pini Hulbary var. linearis Thyr & Shaw).

Fraser, S., Brown, A. V., & Woodward, S. (2014). Intraspecific variation in susceptibility to dothistroma needle blight within native Scottish Pinus sylvestris. Plant Pathology.

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