Staff / Multifunctional forest management
Oliva, Jonàs
   
jonas.oliva@slu.se

Castaño C., Oliva J., Martínez de Aragón J., Alday J.G., Parladé J., Pera J., Bonet J.A. 2017. Mushroom emergence detected by combining spore trapping with molecular techniques. Applied Environ. Microbiol. in press.

Redondo M.Á., Thomsen I.M., Oliva J. 2016 First report of Phytophthora uniformis and P. plurivora causing stem cankers on Alnus glutinosa in Denmark. Plant Dis. 101, 512-512.

Oliva J., Castaño C., Baulenas E., Domínguez G., González-Olabarría J.R., Oliach D. 2016 The impact of the socioeconomic environment on the implementation of control measures against an invasive forest pathogen. For. Ecol. Manage. 380, 118-127.

Oliva J., Stenlid J., Grönkvist-Wichmann L., Wahlström K., Jonsson M., Drobyshev I., Stenström E. 2016 Pathogen-induced defoliation of Pinus sylvestris leads to tree decline and death from secondary biotic factors. For. Ecol. Manage. 379, 273-280.

Stenlid J., Oliva J. 2016 Phenotypic interactions between tree hosts and invasive forest pathogens in the light of globalization and climate change. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 371.

Bjelke U., Boberg J., Oliva J., Tattersdill K., B.G. M. 2016 Dieback of riparian alder caused by the Phytophthora alnicomplex: projected consequences for stream ecosystems. Freshwater Biol. 61, 565–579.

Redondo M.Á., Oliva J. 2016 First report of Phytophthora pseudosyringae causing stem canker on Fagus sylvatica in Spain. Plant Dis 100, 1508-1508.

Redondo M.Á., Boberg J., Stenlid J., Oliva J. 2015 First report of Phytophthora pseudosyringae causing basal cankers on horse chestnut in Sweden. Plant Dis 100, 1024.

Redondo, M. Boberg, J. Olsson, C. H. Oliva, J. 2015. Winter conditions correlate with Phytophthora alni subspecies distribution in Southern Sweden. Phytopathol. 105, 1191-1197.

Oliva, J. Rommel, S. Fossdal, C.G. Hietala, A.M. Nemesio-Gorriz, M. Solheim, H. Elfstrand, M. 2015. Transcriptional responses of Norway spruce (Picea abies) inner sapwood against Heterobasidion parviporum. Tree Physiol.