Forest pathology

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Forest pathology is the research of both biotic and abiotic maladies affecting the health of a forest ecosystem, primarily fungal pathogens and their insect vectors.wikipedia
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Forest protection

forest conservationprotectprotected forest
Forest pathology is part of the broader approach of forest protection.
This forest protection also has a legal status and rather than protection from only people damaging the forests is seen to be broader and include forest pathology too.

Forest

forestsconiferous forestsforested
Forest pathology is the research of both biotic and abiotic maladies affecting the health of a forest ecosystem, primarily fungal pathogens and their insect vectors.
There are also many natural factors that can cause changes in forests over time including forest fires, insects, diseases, weather, competition between species, etc. In 1997, the World Resources Institute recorded that only 20% of the world's original forests remained in large intact tracts of undisturbed forest.

Armillaria

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Armillaria sp which causes white rot root disease
Armillaria can be a destructive forest pathogen.

Browsing (herbivory)

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Nematodes, insects especially bark beetles, mammals may browse.
Particularly in forestry this is a problem as the trees may then get diseased and also die.

Plant pathology

plant pathogenplant pathologistplant pathogens
Forest pathology is the research of both biotic and abiotic maladies affecting the health of a forest ecosystem, primarily fungal pathogens and their insect vectors.
Forest pathology

Bark beetle

bark beetlesScolytinaeelm bark beetle
Nematodes, insects especially bark beetles, mammals may browse. Bark beetle
Forest pathology

Basidiomycota

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*Fungi: Ascomycota, Basidiomycota and Fungi imperfecti
Forest pathology

Fungi imperfecti

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*Fungi: Ascomycota, Basidiomycota and Fungi imperfecti
Forest pathology

Ips (beetle)

Ipsengraver beetlesIps subelongatus
Ips (genus) bark beetles
Forest pathology

Outline of forestry

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Outline of forestry
Forest pathology – research of both biotic and abiotic maladies affecting the health of the forest or tree, primarily fungal pathogens and their insect vectors

Olive

olivesolive treeolive trees
Olive tree pathology
Various pathologies can affect olives.

Chestnut blight

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Chestnut blight
Forest pathology

Forest Pathology (journal)

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Forest Pathology (journal)
Forest Pathology/Journal de Pathologie Forestière/Zeitschrift für Forstpathologie is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to forest pathology.

Hymenoscyphus fraxineus

ash diebacka fast-spreading fungusash dieback disease in the UK
Hymenoscyphus fraxineus which causes Ash Dieback
* Forest pathology

Witch's broom

witches broomwitches' broomVassoura de Bruxa
Witch's broom
Forest pathology

Emerald ash borer

Agrilus planipennisemerald ash beetleAsian emerald ash borer
Emerald ash borer
Forest pathology

Phytophthora cinnamomi

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Phytophthora cinnamomi which causes root rot
Forest pathology

Phytophthora ramorum

sudden oak death
Phytophthora ramorum which causes sudden oak death
Forest pathology

Girdling

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Girdling
Forest pathology

Fomes fomentarius

tinder fungusFomes fomentarius'' var. ''populinusrelated
Tinder conk
Forest pathology

Gall

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Gall
Forest pathology