Publicaciones investigación forestal

Investigación forestal

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  • Correia, H. A., Almeida, H. M., Branco, M., Tomé, M., Montoya, R. C., Di Lucchio, L., . . . Orazio, C. (2018). Early survival and growth plasticity of 33 species planted in 38 arboreta across the european atlantic area. Forests, 9(10) doi:10.3390/f9100630
  • De Diego, N., Montalbán, I. A., Fernandez De Larrinoa, E., & Moncaleán, P. (2018). In vitro regeneration of pinus pinaster adult trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38(10), 2607-2615. doi:10.1139/X08-102
  • Desprez-Loustau, M. -., Massot, M., Toïgo, M., Fort, T., Aday Kaya, A. G., Boberg, J., . . . Tack, A. J. (2018). From leaf to continent: The multi-scale distribution of an invasive cryptic pathogen complex on oak. Fungal Ecology, 36, 39-50. doi:10.1016/j.funeco.2018.08.001
  • Hernandez-Escribano, L., Iturritxa, E., Aragonés, A., Mesanza, N., Berbegal, M., Raposo, R., & Elvira-Recuenco, M. (2018). Root infection of canker pathogens, fusarium circinatum and diplodia sapinea, in asymptomatic trees in pinus radiata and pinus pinaster plantations. Forests, 9(3) doi:10.3390/f9030128
  • Hernandez-Escribano, L., Iturritxa, E., Elvira-Recuenco, M., Berbegal, M., Campos, J. A., Renobales, G., . . . Raposo, R. (2018). Herbaceous plants in the understory of a pitch canker-affected pinus radiata plantation are endophytically infected with fusarium circinatum. Fungal Ecology, 32, 65-71. doi:10.1016/j.funeco.2017.12.001
  • Manzanos, T., Stanosz, G. R., Smith, D. R., Muenchow, J., Schratz, P., Brenning, A., . . . Iturritxa, E. (2018). Mating type ratios and pathogenicity in diplodia shoot blight fungi populations: Comparative analysis. Forest Pathology, doi:10.1111/efp.12475
  • Moncaleán, P., García-Mendiguren, O., Novák, O., Strnad, M., Goicoa, T., Ugarte, M. D., & Montalbán, I. A. (2018). Temperature and water availability during maturation affect the cytokinins and auxins profile of radiata pine somatic embryos. Frontiers in Plant Science, 9 doi:10.3389/fpls.2018.01898

  • de Urbina, E. O., Mesanza, N., Aragonés, A., Raposo, R., Elvira-Recuenco, M., Boqué, R., Iturritxa, E. (2017). Emerging needle blight diseases in atlantic pinus ecosystems of spain. Forests, 8(1) doi:10.3390/f8010018
  • Fernández-Ugalde, O., Gartzia-Bengoetxea, N., Arostegi, J., Moragues, L., & Arias-González, A. (2017). Storage and stability of biochar-derived carbon and total organic carbon in relation to minerals in an acid forest soil of the spanish atlantic area. Science of the Total Environment, 587-588, 204-213. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.02.121
  • García-Mendiguren, O., Montalbán, I. A., Goicoa, T., Ugarte, M. D., & Moncaleán, P. (2017). Are we able to modulate the response of somatic embryos of pines to drought stress? doi:10.17660/ActaHortic.2017.1155. 10 Retrieved from
  • Hargreaves, C., Reeves, C., Gough, K., Montalbán, I. A., Low, C., van Ballekom, S., . . . Moncaleán, P. (2017). Nurse tissue for embryo rescue: Testing new conifer somatic embryogenesis methods in a F1hybrid pine. Trees – Structure and Function, 31(1), 273-283. doi:10.1007/s00468-016-1482-6
  • Iturritxa, E., Trask, T., Mesanza, N., Raposo, R., Elvira-Recuenco, M., & Patten, C. L. (2017). Biocontrol of fusarium circinatum infection of young pinus radiata trees. Forests, 8(2) doi:10.3390/f8020032
  • Manzanos, T., Aragonés, A., & Iturritxa, E. (2017). Diplodia scrobiculata: A latent pathogen of pinus radiata reported in northern spain. Phytopathologia Mediterranea, 56(2), 274-277. doi:10.14601/Phytopathol_Mediterr-20170
  • Mesanza, N., Patten, C. L., & Iturritxa, E. (2017). Distribution and characterization of armillaria complex in atlantic forest ecosystems of spain. Forests, 8(7) doi:10.3390/f8070235
  • Montalbán, I. A., & Moncaleán, P. (2017). Long term conservation at -80ºC of pinus radiata embryogenic cell lines: Recovery, maturation and germination. Cryo-Letters, 38(3), 202-209. Retrieved from
  • Moragues-Saitua, L., Arias-González, A., & Gartzia-Bengoetxea, N. (2017). Effects of biochar and wood ash on soil hydraulic properties: A field experiment involving contrasting temperate soils. Geoderma, 305, 144-152. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.05.041
  • Pereira, C., Montalbán, I. A., Goicoa, T., Ugarte, M. D., Correia, S., Canhoto, J. M., & Moncaleán, P. (2017). The effect of changing temperature and agar concentration at proliferation stage in the final success of aleppo pine somatic embryogenesis. Forest Systems, 26(3) doi:10.5424/fs/2017263-11436
  • Serrano, Y., Iturritxa, E., Elvira-Recuenco, M., & Raposo, R. (2017). Survival of fusarium circinatum in soil and pinus radiata needle and branch segments. Plant Pathology, 66(6), 934-940. doi:10.1111/ppa.12648

  • García-Mendiguren, O., Montalbán, I. A., Correia, S., Canhoto, J., & Moncaleán, P. (2016). Different environmental conditions at initiation of radiata pine somatic embryogenesis determine the protein profile of somatic embryos. Plant Biotechnology, 33(3), 143-152. doi:10.5511/plantbiotechnology.16.0520a
  • García-Mendiguren, O., Montalbán, I. A., Goicoa, T., Ugarte, M. D., & Moncaleán, P. (2016). Environmental conditions at the initial stages of pinus radiata somatic embryogenesis affect the production of somatic embryos. Trees – Structure and Function, 30(3), 949-958. doi:10.1007/s00468-015-1336-7
  • Gartzia-Bengoetxea, N., Kandeler, E., Martínez de Arano, I., & Arias-González, A. (2016). Soil microbial functional activity is governed by a combination of tree species composition and soil properties in temperate forests. Applied Soil Ecology, 100, 57-64. doi:10.1016/j.apsoil.2015.11.013
  • Mesanza, N., Iturritxa, E., & Patten, C. L. (2016). Native rhizobacteria as biocontrol agents of heterobasidion annosum s.s. and armillaria mellea infection of pinus radiata. Biological Control, 101, 8-16. doi:10.1016/j.biocontrol.2016.06.003
  • Pereira, C., Montalbán, I. A., García-Mendiguren, O., Goicoa, T., Ugarte, M. D., Correia, S., . . . Moncaleán, P. (2016). Pinus halepensis somatic embryogenesis is affected by the physical and chemical conditions at the initial stages of the process. Journal of Forest Research, 21(3), 143-150. doi:10.1007/s10310-016-0524-7