Publikationen (249) Publikationen, an denen Forscher/innen teilgenommen haben


  1. Are the invasive Acacia melanoxylon and Eucalyptus globulus drivers of other species invasion? Testing their allelochemical effects on germination

    New Forests

  2. Blue is the fashion in Mediterranean pines: New drought signals from tree-ring density in southern Europe

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 856

  3. Comparative analysis of Penicillium genomes reveals the absence of a specific genetic basis for biocontrol in Penicillium rubens strain 212

    Frontiers in Microbiology, Vol. 13

  4. Consejos de Gestión Forestal en el marco de los incendios forestales

    Universidad de León

  5. Earlywood Anatomy Highlights the Prevalent Role of Winter Conditions on Radial Growth of Oak at Its Distribution Boundary in NW Iberia

    Plants, Vol. 12, Núm. 5

  6. Editorial: Impact of novel omic technologies on biological control against plant pathogens

    Frontiers in Microbiology

  7. First Report of Root Rot Caused by Phytophthora lacustris on Alder (Alnus lusitanica) in Spain

    Plant Disease

  8. Intra-annual density fluctuations in tree rings are proxies of air temperature across Europe

    Scientific reports, Vol. 13, Núm. 1, pp. 12294

  9. Land-use change and windstorms legacies drove the recolonization dynamics of laurel forests in Tenerife, Canary islands

    Forest Ecosystems, Vol. 10

  10. Molecular characterization of cross-kingdom RNA interference in Botrytis cinerea by tomato small RNAs

    Frontiers in Plant Science, Vol. 14

  11. Molecular characterization reveals no functional evidence for naturally occurring cross-kingdom RNA interference in the early stages of Botrytis cinerea–tomato interaction

    Molecular Plant Pathology, Vol. 24, Núm. 1, pp. 3-15

  12. Plantando cara ao lume: formación, transferencia e concienciación sobre incendios forestais

    Arredor do rural: comunidade de saberes e innovación socio-educativa (Toxosoutos), pp. 153-166

  13. Toward a better understanding of angiosperm xylogenesis: a new method for a cellular approach

    New Phytologist, Vol. 239, Núm. 2, pp. 792-805