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Diversity of woody-host infecting Phytophthora species in public parks and botanic gardens as revealed by metabarcoding, and opportunities for mitigation through best practice

TitleDiversity of woody-host infecting Phytophthora species in public parks and botanic gardens as revealed by metabarcoding, and opportunities for mitigation through best practice
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsGreen, S., Riddell C.E., Frederickson-Matika D., Armstrong A.C., Elliott M., Forster J., Hedley P.E., Morris J., Thorpe P., Cooke D.E.L., Sharp P.M. & Pritchard L.
JournalSibbaldia
Volume18
Pagination67-88

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