Browsing Research Articles (Genetics) by UP Author "Paap, Trudy"

Browsing Research Articles (Genetics) by UP Author "Paap, Trudy"

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  • Wondafrash, Mesfin; Wingfield, Michael J.; Wilson, John R.U.; Hurley, Brett Phillip; Slippers, Bernard; Paap, Trudy (Springer, 2021-06)
    Biodiversity and economic losses resulting from invasive plant pests and pathogens are increasing globally. For these impacts and threats to be managed effectively, appropriate methods of surveillance, detection and ...
  • Paap, Trudy; Wingfield, Michael J.; Burgess, Treena I.; Hulbert, J.M. (Joey); Santini, Alberto (Pensoft Publishers, 2020-10-15)
    Invasive alien species are widely recognised as significant drivers of global environmental change, with far reaching ecological and socio-economic impacts. The trend of continuous increases in first records, with no ...
  • Paap, Trudy; Wingfield, Michael J.; De Beer, Z. Wilhelm; Roets, Francois (AOSIS Open Journals, 2020-11-26)
    The arrival and establishment of invasive forest pests can cause devastating environmental damage and great economic impact. For example, the cost over the past decade of dealing with the arrival of a single invasive beetle ...
  • Van Rooyen, Elmar; Paap, Trudy; De Beer, Z. Wilhelm; Townsend, Garyn; Fell, Shawn; Nel, Wilma Janine; Morgan, Seamus; Hill, Martin; Gonzalez, Allan; Roets, Francois (Academy of Science of South Africa, 2021-11)
    The polyphagous shot hole borer (PSHB) beetle is a recent invader in South Africa. Together with its fungal symbiont, Fusarium euwallaceae, it can rapidly kill highly susceptible host plants. Its impact is most profound ...