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Mota, Manuel M.

Pine Wilt Disease: A Worldwide Threat to Forest Ecosystems

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Table of contents

Part I. Pine Wilt Disease: Global Issues, Trade and Economic Impact

1. National Eradication Programme for the Pinewood Nematode
José M. Rodrigues

2. Incursion Management in the Face of Multiple Uncertainties: A Case Study of an Unidentified Nematode Associated with Dying Pines Near Melbourne, Australia
Mike Hodda, David Smith, Ian Smith, Lila Nambiar, Ian Pascoe

3. The Risk of Pine Wilt Disease to Australia and New Zealand
Simon A. Lawson, Shiroma Sathyapala

4. Pine Wilt Disease: A Threat to Pine Forests in Turkey?
Süleyman Akbulut, Be?ir Yüksel, Ismail Baysal, Paulo Vieira, Manuel Mota

5. Investigations on Wood–Inhabiting Nematodes of the Genus Bursaphelenchus in Pine Forests in the Brandenburg Province, Germany
Ute Schönfeld, Helen Braasch, Wolfgang Burgermeister, Helmut Bröther

6. Official Survey for Bursaphelenchus xylophilus Carried out on the Territory of the Republic of Poland
Witold Karnkowski

7.
Bursaphelenchus spp. in Wood Packaging Intercepted in China
Jianfeng Gu, Jiancheng Zhang, Xianfeng Chen, Helen Braasch, Wolfgang Burgermeister

Part II. Biology and Microbial Inter-Relationships

8. Developmental Biology and Cytogenetics of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
Koichi Hasegawa, Manuel Mota, Kazuyoshi Futai, Johji Miwa

9. The Relationship Between the Pinewood Nematode (PWN) and Fungi Cohabiting in aine Trees Inoculated with the PWN
Rina Sriwati, Shuhei Takemoto, Kazuyoshi Futai

10. Influence of Fungi on Multiplication and Distribution of the Pinewood Nematode
Yu Wang, Toshihiro Yamada, Daisuke Sakaue, Kazuo Suzuki

Part III. PWN Taxonomy and Detection Methods

11. Electronic Taxonomic Databases for Bursaphelenchus and Other Aphelenchid Nematodes
Jonathan D. Eisenback, Paulo Vieira, Manuel Mota, Alexander Ryss

12. The Enlargement of the xylophilus Group in the Genus Bursaphelenchus

Helen Braasch

13. Variation in ITS and 28S rDNA of Bursaphelenchus Species (Nematoda: Parasitaphelenchidae)
Kai Metge, Helen Braasch, Jianfeng Gu, Wolfgang Burgermeister

14. Molecular Characterization of Isolates of the Bursaphelenchus sexdentati Group Using Ribosomal DNA Sequences and ITS-RFLP
Cornelia Lange, Wolfgang Burgermeister, Kai Metge, Helen Braasch

15. Analysis of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Nematoda: Parasitaphelenchidae) Provenances Using ISSR and RAPD Fingerprints
Kai Metge, Wolfgang Burgermeister

16. Satellite DNA as a Versatile Genetic Marker for Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
Philippe Castagnone-Sereno, Chantal Castagnone, Cécile François, Pierre Abad

17. Application of Conventional PCR and Real-Time PCR Diagnostic Methods for Detection of the PineWood Nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, in Wood Samples from Lodgepole Pine
Isabel Leal, Eric Allen, Leland Humble, Margaret Green, Michael Rott

Part IV. The Insect Vectors: Biology and Ecology

18. Biology Studies Relevant to the Vector Role of Monochamus Species for PineWood Nematode
Christian Tomiczek, Ute Hoyer-Tomiczek

19. Potential Insect Vectors of Bursaphelenchus spp. (Nematoda: Parasitaphelenchidae) in Spanish Pine Forests
Lee Robertson, A. García-Álvarez, Susana C. Arcos, M.A. Díez-Rojo, J. Pedro Mansilla, R. Sanz, C. Martínez, Miguel Escuer, L. Castresana, A. Notario, Antonio Bello, Maria Arias

20. Genetic Structure of Monochamus alternatus in Japan
Etsuko Shoda-Kagaya, Miho Kawai, Tadashi Maehara, Ryûtarô Iwata, Akiomi Yamane

21. Distribution of Nematodes (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) in the Beetle Monochamus alternatus and its Exiting Transmission Way
Yan-Xue Lai

Part V. Ecology and Modeling

22. Modeling PWN-Induced Wilt Expression: A Mechanistic
Approach
Sam Evans, Hugh Evans, M. Ikegami

23. Field Diagnosis of the Asymptomatic Carrier of Pinewood Nematode
Kazuyoshi Futai, Yuko Takeuchi

Part VI. The Tree: Physiology, Resistance and Histopathology as a Result of Pine Wilt Disease

24. Inoculation of Pine Trees with Avirulent Pinewood Nematode Under
Experimental Conditions: Risk-Benefit Analysis
Hajime Kosaka

25. Rapidity of Disease Development Seems to Result in High Mortality – Insight from an Inoculation Test Using Hybridized Populations Between a Virulent and an Avirulent Isolates of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus

S. Takemoto, K. Futai

26. Defense Systems of Pinus densiflora Cultivars Selected as Resistant to Pine Wilt Disease
Keiko Kuroda

27. Histopathological Observations of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus in Symptomatic Tissues of Pinewood
Yasuharu Mamiya

28. Development of External and Internal Symptoms in Pine Seedlings (Pinus sylvestris) Due to Inoculation with Bursaphelenchus vallesianus
Janina Polomski, Daniel Rigling, Fritz Schweingruber

Part VII. Pinewood Nematode and Insect Vector Control Methods

29. Screening and Isolation of Anti-Nematodal Metabolites Against Bursaphelenchus xylophilus Produced by Fungi and Plant
Jinyan Dong, Guohong Li, Keqin Zhang

30. Microbial Control of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus by Fungi
Noritoshi Maehara, Kazuyoshi Futai

31. Attraction Trap for Monitoring Monochamus alternatus Adults – Its Usefulness and Limitations
Katsunori Nakamura

32. Studies on Scleroderma guani to Control the Pine Sawyer Beetle, Monochamus alternatus
Fuyuan Xu, Keqin Xu, Chunxia Xie, Pei Zhang, Sangchul Shin, Youngjin Cheong

33. Effect of Aerial Spraying of Insecticide as a Control Measure for Pine Wilt Disease
Shin Ugawa, Kenji Fukuda

34. Control Program of Pine Wilt Disease for Landscape Conservation – The Case of Amanohashidate, Kyoto, Japan
Takefumi Ikeda

Keywords: Life Sciences, Forestry, Plant Pathology, Invertebrates, Plant Ecology

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
423 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402084553

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