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Pohe J, Dongo BK, N’Goran N. Effectiveness of aluminum-fosetyl in the control of early nutfall of coconut tree due to Phytophthora katsurae (Pythiaceae). Agronomie africaine [Internet]. 2009 ;15:123–133. Available from:
Meadows IM, Zwart DC, Jeffers SN, Waldrop TA, Bridges WC. Effects of fuel reduction treatments on incidence of Phytophthora species in soil of a southern Appalachian Mountain forest. Plant Disease [Internet]. 2011 ;95:811-820. Available from:
Tooley PW, Browning M, Leighty RM. Effects of Inoculum Density and Wounding on Stem Infection of Three Eastern US Forest Species by Phytophthora ramorum. Journal of Phytopathology [Internet]. 2014 ;162(10):683 - 689. Available from:
Funahashi F, Parke JL. Effects of Soil Solarization and Trichoderma asperellum on Soilborne Inoculum of Phytophthora ramorum and Phytophthora pini in Container Nurseries. Plant Disease [Internet]. 2016 ;100(2):438 - 443. Available from:
Shelley BA, Luster DG, Garrett WM, McMahon MB, Widmer TL. Effects of temperature on germination of sporangia, infection and protein secretion by Phytophthora kernoviae. Plant Pathology [Internet]. 2018 ;67(3):719 - 728. Available from:
Morales-Rodríguez C, Vettraino AM, Vannini Á. Efficacy of Biofumigation with Brassica carinata Commercial Pellets (BioFence) to Control Vegetative and Reproductive Structures of Phytophthora cinnamomi. Plant Disease [Internet]. 2016 ;100(2):324 - 330. Available from:
Holderness M. Efficacy of Neutralised Phosphonic Acid (Phosphorous Acid) Against Phytophthora Palmivora Pod Rot and Canker of Cocoa. Australasian Plant Pathology [Internet]. 1990 ;19(4):130. Available from:
Garbelotto M, Harnik TY, Schmidt DJ. Efficacy of phosphonic acid, metalaxyl-M and copper hydroxide against Phytophthora ramorum in vitro and in planta. Plant Pathology [Internet]. 2009 ;58:111–119. Available from:
Grünwald NJ, Garbelotto M, Goss EM, Heungens K, Prospero S. Emergence of the sudden oak death pathogen Phytophthora ramorum. Trends in Microbiology [Internet]. 2012 ;20:131 - 138. Available from:
Moricca S, Linaldeddu BT, Ginetti B, Scanu B, Franceschini A, Ragazzi A. Endemic and Emerging Pathogens Threatening Cork Oak Trees: Management Options for Conserving a Unique Forest Ecosystem. Plant Disease [Internet]. 2016 ;100(11):2184 - 2193. Available from:
Tooley PW, Carras MM. Enhanced recovery of Phytophthora ramorum from soil following 30 Days of storage at 4°C. Journal of Phytopathology [Internet]. 2011 :no–no. Available from:
Jeffers SN. Enhancing detection of Phytophthora cactorum in naturally infested soil. Phytopathology. 1987 ;77(10):1475.
Australian Department of the Environment. Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. [Internet]. 1999 . Available from:
Meentemeyer RK, Cunniffe NJ, Cook AR, Filipe JAN, Hunter RD, Rizzo DM, Gilligan CA. Epidemiological modeling of invasion in heterogeneous landscapes: spread of sudden oak death in California (1990–2030). Ecosphere [Internet]. 2011 ;2:art17. Available from:
Hansen EM, Kanaskie A, Prospero S, McWilliams M, Goheen EM, Osterbauer N, Reeser P, Sutton W. Epidemiology of Phytophthora ramorum in Oregon tanoak forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research [Internet]. Submitted ;38:1133-1143(11). Available from:
Torgeson DC. Epiphytology and etiology of a Phytophthora-induced root rot diseases of Chamaecyparis in Oregon. 1953 ;PhD:72.
Gallego FJ, Perez de Algaba A, Fernandez-Escobar R. Etiology of oak decline in Spain. European Journal of Forest Pathology [Internet]. 1999 ;29:17–27. Available from:
Vettraino AM, Belisario A, Maccaroni M, Vannini A. Evaluation of root damage to English walnut caused by five Phytophthora species. Plant Pathology [Internet]. 2003 ;52:491–495. Available from:
Brasier CM, Robredo F, Ferraz JFP. Evidence for Phytophthora cinnamomi involvement in Iberian oak decline. Plant Pathology [Internet]. 1993 ;42:140–145. Available from:
Dodd RS, Hüberli D, Mayer W, Harnik TY, Afzal-Rafii Z, Garbelotto M. Evidence for the role of synchronicity between host phenology and pathogen activity in the distribution of sudden oak death canker disease. New Phytologist [Internet]. 2008 ;179:505–514. Available from: