Alejandro Solla
Alejandro Solla
Faculty of Forestry, Universidad de Extremadura, Plasencia, Spain
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Biogeographical patterns and determinants of invasion by forest pathogens in Europe
A Santini, L Ghelardini, C Pace, ML Desprez‐Loustau, P Capretti, ...
New Phytologist 197, 238-250, 2013
Widespread Phytophthora infestations in European nurseries put forest, semi‐natural and horticultural ecosystems at high risk of Phytophthora diseases
T Jung, L Orlikowski, B Henricot, P Abad‐Campos, AG Aday, ...
Forest Pathology 46, 134–163, 2016
Strategies of attack and defence in woody plant–Phytophthora interactions
W Oßwald, F Fleischmann, D Rigling, AC Coelho, A Cravador, J Diez, ...
Forest Pathology 44, 169-190, 2014
Drought events determine performance of Quercus ilex seedlings and increase their susceptibility to Phytophthora cinnamomi
T Corcobado, E Cubera, E Juárez, G Moreno, A Solla
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 192, 1-8, 2014
Global geographic distribution and host range of Dothistroma species: a comprehensive review
R Drenkhan, V Tomešová‐Haataja, S Fraser, RE Bradshaw, P Vahalík, ...
Forest Pathology 46, 408-442, 2016
Quercus ilex forests are influenced by annual variations in water table, soil water deficit and fine root loss caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi
T Corcobado, E Cubera, G Moreno, A Solla
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 169, 92-99, 2013
Xylem vessel diameter as a factor in resistance of Ulmus minor to Ophiostoma novo‐ulmi
A Solla, L Gil
Forest Pathology 32 (2), 123-134, 2002
Screening European Elms for Resistance to Ophiostoma novo-ulmi
A Solla, J Bohnens, E Collin, S Diamandis, A Franke, L Gil, M Burón, ...
Forest Science 51 (2), 134-141, 2005
Differentiation of persistent anatomical defensive structures is costly and determined by nutrient availability and genetic growth-defence constraints
X Moreira, R Zas, A Solla, L Sampedro
Tree Physiology 35, 112-123, 2015
Fourier transform-infrared spectroscopy as a new method for evaluating host resistance in the Dutch elm disease complex
JA Martín, A Solla, S Woodward, L Gil
Tree Physiology 25 (10), 1331-1338, 2005
Seasonal changes in wood formation of Ulmus pumila and U. minor and its relation with Dutch elm disease
A Solla, JA Martin, P Corral, L Gil
New Phytologist 166 (3), 1025-1034, 2005
Combined effects of soil properties and Phytophthora cinnamomi infections on Quercus ilex decline
T Corcobado, A Solla, MA Madeira, G Moreno
Plant and Soil 373, 403-413, 2013
Environmental maternal effects mediate the resistance of maritime pine to biotic stress
M Vivas, R Zas, L Sampedro, A Solla
PloS one 8, e70148, 2013
Libro verde de la dehesa
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Susceptibility to the pinewood nematode (PWN) of four pine species involved in potential range expansion across Europe
MN da Silva, A Solla, L Sampedro, R Zas, MW Vasconcelos
Tree Physiology 35, 987-999, 2015
Global geographic distribution and host range of Fusarium circinatum, the causal agent of pine pitch canker
R Drenkhan, B Ganley, J Martín-García, P Vahalík, K Adamson, ...
Forests 11, 724, 2020
First report of Phytophthora gonapodyides involved in the decline of Quercus ilex in xeric conditions in Spain
T Corcobado, E Cubera, A Pérez-Sierra, T Jung, A Solla
New Disease Reports 22 (33), 2044-0588.2010, 2010
Influence of water stress on Dutch elm disease symptoms in Ulmus minor
A Solla, L Gil
Canadian Journal of Botany 80 (8), 810-817, 2002
Bordered pit and ray morphology involvement in elm resistance to Ophiostoma novo-ulmi
JA Martín, A Solla, LG Esteban, P de Palacios, L Gil
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (2), 420-429, 2009
Penetration of Picea sitchensis root bark by Armillaria mellea, Armillaria ostoyae and Heterobasidion annosum
A Solla, F Tomlinson, S Woodward
Forest Pathology 32 (1), 55-70, 2002
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