Andrin Gross
Andrin Gross
Postdoc at INRA Biogeco, University of Bordeaux
Verified email at u-bordeaux.fr - Homepage
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Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus, the causal agent of European ash dieback
A Gross, O Holdenrieder, M Pautasso, V Queloz, TN Sieber
Molecular Plant Pathology 15 (1), 5-21, 2014
2542014
Reproductive mode and life cycle of the ash dieback pathogen Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus
A Gross, PL Zaffarano, A Duo, CR Grünig
Fungal genetics and biology 49 (12), 977-986, 2012
1002012
Population structure of the invasive forest pathogen Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus
A Gross, T Hosoya, V Queloz
Molecular Ecology 23 (12), 2943-2960, 2014
972014
A molecular toolkit for population genetic investigations of the ash dieback pathogen Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus
A Gross, CR Grünig, V Queloz, O Holdenrieder
Forest Pathology 42 (3), 252-264, 2012
532012
On the longevity of Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus in petioles of Fraxinus excelsior
A Gross, O Holdenrieder
Forest Pathology 43 (2), 168-170, 2013
372013
Virulence of Hymenoscyphus albidus and native and introduced Hymenoscyphus fraxineus on Fraxinus excelsior and Fraxinus pennsylvanica
A Gross, TN Sieber
Plant Pathology 65 (4), 655-663, 2016
252016
Hymenoscyphus fraxineus and two new Hymenoscyphus species identified in Korea
A Gross, JG Han
Mycological Progress 14 (4), 19, 2015
242015
Pathogenicity of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus and Hymenoscyphus albidus towards Fraxinus mandshurica var. japonica
A Gross, O Holdenrieder
Forest Pathology 45 (2), 172-174, 2015
192015
Ash dieback due to Hymenoscyphus fraxineus: what can be learnt from evolutionary ecology?
J Landolt, A Gross, O Holdenrieder, M Pautasso
Plant pathology 65 (7), 1056-1070, 2016
172016
MAT–gene structure and mating behavior of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus and Hymenoscyphus albidus
T Wey, M Schlegel, S Stroheker, A Gross
Fungal genetics and biology 87, 54-63, 2016
152016
Hymenoscyphus linearis sp. nov: another close relative of the ash dieback pathogen H. fraxineus
A Gross, T Hosoya, YJ Zhao, HO Baral
Mycological progress 14 (4), 20, 2015
142015
Local population structure of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus surveyed by an enlarged set of microsatellite markers
Z Haňáčková, O Koukol, L Havrdová, A Gross
Forest pathology 45 (5), 400-407, 2015
132015
From leaf to continent: The multi-scale distribution of an invasive cryptic pathogen complex on oak
ML Desprez-Loustau, M Massot, M Toďgo, T Fort, AGA Kaya, J Boberg, ...
Fungal ecology 36, 39-50, 2018
62018
Pseudodidymella fagi and Petrakia deviata: Two closely related tree pathogens new to central Europe
A Gross, L Beenken, V Dubach, V Queloz, K Tanaka, A Hashimoto, ...
Forest pathology 47 (5), e12351, 2017
62017
Ash dieback in Switzerland: history and scientific achievements
V Queloz, S Hopf, CN Schoebel, D Rigling, A Gross
Dieback Eur. Ash Fraxinus Spp Consequences Guidel. Sustain. Manag, 68-78, 2017
52017
Detection of a conspecific mycovirus in two closely related native and introduced fungal hosts and evidence for interspecific virus transmission
CN Schoebel, S Prospero, A Gross, D Rigling
Viruses 10 (11), 628, 2018
32018
Reproduction system and population structure of Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus, causal agent of ash dieback
A Gross
ETH Zurich, 2013
32013
Fungal colonization patterns in necrotic rootstocks and stem bases of dieback‐affected Fraxinus excelsior L.
R Meyn, GJ Langer, A Gross, EJ Langer
Forest Pathology 49 (4), e12520, 2019
2019
Ulme, Esche–und dann?
A Gross
Wald und Holz 97 (8), 32-34, 2016
2016
ASH DIEBACK IN EUROPE-A NOVEL FUNGAL PATHOGEN THRIVES
A Gross
USDA INTERAGENCY RESEARCH FORUM ON INVASIVE SPECIES, 8, 2015
2015
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