Trudy Paap
Trudy Paap
Forestry and Biotechnology Institute, University of Pretoria
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Multiple new Phytophthora species from ITS Clade 6 associated with natural ecosystems in Australia: evolutionary and ecological implications
T Jung, MJC Stukely, GESJ Hardy, D White, T Paap, WA Dunstan, ...
Persoonia: Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 26, 13, 2011
Containment and spot eradication of a highly destructive, invasive plant pathogen (Phytophthora cinnamomi) in natural ecosystems
WA Dunstan, T Rudman, BL Shearer, NA Moore, T Paap, MC Calver, ...
Biological Invasions 12 (4), 913-925, 2010
The polyphagous shot hole borer (PSHB) and its fungal symbiont Fusarium euwallaceae: a new invasion in South Africa
T Paap, ZW De Beer, D Migliorini, WJ Nel, MJ Wingfield
Australasian Plant Pathology 47 (2), 231-237, 2018
Urban trees: bridge-heads for forest pest invasions and sentinels for early detection
T Paap, TI Burgess, MJ Wingfield
Biological Invasions 19 (12), 3515-3526, 2017
Quambalaria species, including Q. coyrecup sp. nov., implicated in canker and shoot blight diseases causing decline of Corymbia species in the southwest of Western Australia
T Paap, TI Burgess, JA McComb, BL Shearer, GESJ Hardy
mycological research 112 (1), 57-69, 2008
A diverse range of Phytophthora species are associated with dying urban trees
PA Barber, T Paap, TI Burgess, W Dunstan, GESJ Hardy
Urban forestry & urban greening 12 (4), 569-575, 2013
Distribution and diversity of Phytophthora across Australia
TI Burgess, D White, KM McDougall, J Garnas, WA Dunstan, S Catalą, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 23 (2), 150-162, 2017
Phytophthora Contamination in a Nursery and Its Potential Dispersal into the Natural Environment
AV Simamora, T Paap, K Howard, MJC Stukely, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess
Plant disease 102 (1), 132-139, 2018
The ‘chicken or the egg’: which comes first, forest tree decline or loss of mycorrhizae?
SJ Sapsford, T Paap, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess
Plant Ecology 218 (9), 1093-1106, 2017
Biological invasions in South Africa’s urban ecosystems: patterns, processes, impacts, and management
LJ Potgieter, E Douwes, M Gaertner, J Measey, T Paap, DM Richardson
Biological Invasions in South Africa 14, 275, 2020
Importance of climate, anthropogenic disturbance and pathogens (Quambalaria coyrecup and Phytophthora spp.) on marri (Corymbia calophylla) tree health in southwest Western …
T Paap, NC Brouwers, TI Burgess, GESJ Hardy
Annals of Forest Science 74 (3), 1-10, 2017
Phytophthora versiformis sp. nov., a new species from Australia related to P. quercina
T Paap, L Croeser, D White, S Aghighi, P Barber, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess
Australasian Plant Pathology 46 (4), 369-378, 2017
A thirteen‐year study on the impact of a severe canker disease of Corymbia calophylla, a keystone tree in Mediterranean‐type forests
T Paap, TI Burgess, M Calver, JA McComb, BL Shearer, GESJ Hardy
Forest Pathology 47 (1), e12292, 2017
Adaptive variation for growth and resistance to a novel pathogen along climatic gradients in a foundation tree
CW Ahrens, RA Mazanec, T Paap, KX Ruthrof, A Challis, G Hardy, ...
Evolutionary applications 12 (6), 1178-1190, 2019
Calcium sulphate soil treatments augment the survival of phosphite-sprayed Banksia leptophylla infected with Phytophthora cinnamomi
PM Stasikowski, JA McComb, P Scott, T Paap, PA O’Brien, GESJ Hardy
Australasian Plant Pathology 43 (4), 369-379, 2014
Anthropogenic disturbance impacts stand structure and susceptibility of an iconic tree species to an endemic canker pathogen
T Paap, TI Burgess, V Rolo, E Steel, GESJ Hardy
Forest ecology and management 425, 145-153, 2018
Field survey, isolation, identification and pathogenicity of Phytophthora species associated with a Mediterranean‐type tree species
L Croeser, T Paap, MC Calver, ME Andrew, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess
Forest Pathology 48 (3), e12424, 2018
Phytophthora distribution and diversity across Australia
TI Burgess, D White, KM McDougall, J Garnas, WA Dunstan, S Catalą, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 23, 150-162, 2017
Harmonising the fields of invasion science and forest pathology
T Paap, MJ Wingfield, TI Burgess, JM Hulbert, A Santini
NeoBiota 62, 301, 2020
Botanical gardens provide valuable baseline Phytophthora diversity data
JM Hulbert, T Paap, TI Burgess, F Roets, MJ Wingfield
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 46, 126461, 2019
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