Waterborne Phytophthora Species Occurrence and Diversity in the Valley of the Rák Brook

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This paper reports on a two-year monitoring of Phytophthora species occurring in the catchment area of the Rák Brook near Sopron. P. gonapodyides, P. lacustris, P. plurivora and P. pseudosyringae were found in the course of surveys completed in the vegetation period of 2011 and 2012. Diversity profiles and cluster analysis were calculated in order to compare the Phytophthora communities detected at different sites and times. Seasonal differences were observed in the species compositions. Temperature data and basic hydrological parameters were found to determine the presence or absence of waterborne Phytophthora species in the catchment area of the Rák Brook. Pathogenicity of the Phytophthora species discovered was confirmed and evaluated against sessile oak seedlings.

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