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Genetic diversity of the myrtle rust pathogen (Austropuccinia psidii) in the Americas and Hawaii: Global implications for invasive threat assessments. Forest Pathology

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Escuela de Ingeniería Forestal

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September, 2017

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J. E. Stewart, A. L. Ross-Davis; R. N. Graҫa, A. C. Alfenas; T. L. Peever, J. W. Hanna; J. Y. Uchida, R. D. Hauff; C. Y. Kadooka, M.-S. Kim; P. G. Cannon, S. Namba; S. Simeto, C. A. Pérez; M. B. Rayamajhi, D. J. Lodge; M. Arguedas, R. Medel-Ortiz M. A. L

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J. E. Stewart, A. L. Ross-Davis; R. N. Graҫa, A. C. Alfenas; T. L. Peever, J. W. Hanna; J. Y. Uchida, R. D. Hauff; C. Y. Kadooka, M.-S. Kim; P. G. Cannon, S. Namba; S. Simeto, C. A. Pérez; M. B. Rayamajhi, D. J. Lodge; M. Arguedas, R. Medel-Ortiz M. A. López-Ramirez, P. Tennant, M. Glen, P. S. Machado, A. R. McTaggart, A. J. Carnegie, N. B. Klopfenstein. 2017. Genetic diversity of the myrtle rust pathogen (Austropuccinia psidii) in the Americas and Hawaii: Global implications for invasive threat assessments. Forest Pathology. Recuperado de: e12378. wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/efp | https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12378