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Lefévre, F.; Goué-Mourier, M.C.; Faivre-Rampant, P.; Villar, M. 1998. A single gene cluster controls incompatibility and partial resistance to various Melampsora larici-populina races in hybrid poplars. Phytopathology. 88: 156-163.

Levée, V.; Major, I.; Levasseur, C.; Tremblay, L.; MacKay, J.; Séguin, A. 2009. Expression profiling and functional analysis of Populus WRKY23 reveals a regulatory role in disease. New Phytologist. 184: 48-70.

Liang, H.; Catranis, C.M.; Maynard, C.A.; Powell, W.A. 2002. Enhanced resistance to the poplar fungal pathogen, Septoria musiva, in hybrid poplar clones transformed with genes encoding antimicrobial peptides. Biotechnology Letters. 24: 383-389.

Liang, H.; Maynard, C.A.; Allen, R.D.; Powell, W.A. 2001. Increased Septoria musiva resistance in transgenic hybrid poplar leaves expressing a wheat oxalate oxidase gene. Plant Molecular Biology. 45: 619-629.

Lo, M.H.; Abrahamson, L.P. 1996. Principal component analysis to evaluate the relative performance of nine year old hybrid poplar clones. Biomass and Bioenergy. 10: 1-6.

Lo, M.H.; Abrahamson, L.P.; White, E.H.; Manion, P.D. 1995. Early measures of basal area and canker disease predict growth potential of some hybrid poplar clones. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 25: 1113-1118.

Luley, C.J.; McNabb, H.S. Jr. 1989. Ascospore production, release, germination, and infection of Populus by Mycosphaerella populorum. Phytopathology. 79: 1013-1018.

Major, I.T.; Nicole, M.C.; Duplessis, S.; Séguin, A. 2010. Photosynthetic and respiratory changes in leaves of poplar elicited by rust infection. Photosynthesis Research. 104: 41-48.

Maxwell, D.L.; Kruger, E.L.; Stanosz, G.R. 1997. Effects of water stress on colonization of poplar stems and excised leaf disks by Septoria musiva. Phytopathology. 87: 381-388.

Mentag, R.; Luckevich, M.; Morency, M.J.; Séguin, A. 2003. Bacterial disease resistance of transgenic hybrid poplar expressing the synthetic antimicrobial peptide D4E1. Tree Physiology. 23: 405-411.

Mohamed, R.; Meilan, R.; Ostry, M.E.; Michler, C.H.; Strauss, S.H. 2001. Bacterio-opsin gene overexpression fails to elevate fungal disease resistance in transgenic poplar (Populus). Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 31. 268-275.

Moltzan, B.D.; Stack, R.W.; Mason, P.A. 1993. First report of Melampsora occidentalis on Populus trichocarpa in the central United States. Plant Disease. 77: 953.

Newcombe, G. 1998. Association of Mmd1, a major gene for resistance to Melampsora medusae f.sp. deltoide, with quantitative traits in poplar rust. Phytopathology. 88: 114-121.

Newcombe, G. 2000. Inheritance of resistance to Glomerella cingulata in Populus. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 30: 639-644.

Newcombe, G.; Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Chastagner, G.A.; Stettler, R.F. 1996. A major gene for resistance to Melampsora medusae f.sp. deltoide in a hybrid poplar pedigree. Phytopathology. 86: 87-94.

Newcombe, G.; Bradshaw, H.D.; Jr. 1996. Quantitative trait loci conferring resistance in hybrid poplar to Septoria populicola, the cause of leaf spot. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 26: 1943-1950.

Newcombe, G.; Chastagner, G.A. 1993. A leaf rust epidemic of hybrid poplar along the lower Columbia River caused by Melampsora medusae. Plant Disease. 77: 528-531.

Newcombe, G.; Chastagner, G.A. 1993. First report of the Eurasian poplar leaf rust fungus, Melampsora larici-populina, in North America. Plant Disease. 77: 532-535.

Newcombe, G.; Chastagner, G.A.; Callan, B.E.; Ostry, M.E. 1995. An epidemic of Septoria leaf spot on Populus trichocarpa in the Pacific Northwest in 1993. Plant Disease. 79: 212.

Newcombe, G.; Chastagner, G.A.; Schuette, W.; Stanton, B.J. 1994. Mortality among hybrid poplar clones in a stool bed following leaf rust caused by Melampsora medusae f. sp. deltoidae. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 24: 1984-1987.

Newcombe, G.; Stirling, B.; Bradshaw, H.D. Jr. 2001. Abundant pathogenic variation in the new hybrid rust Melampsora × columbiana on hybrid poplar. Phytopathology. 91: 981-985.

Newcombe, G.; Stirling, B.; McDonald, S.; Bradshaw, H.D. Jr. 2000. Melampsora × columbiana, a natural hybrid of M. medusae and M. occidentalis. Mycological Research. 104: 261-274.

Newcombe, G.; van Oosten, C. 1997. Variation in resistance to Venturia populina, the cause of poplar leaf and shoot blight in the Pacific Northwest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 27: 883-889.

Noël, A.; Levasseur, C.; Le, V.Q.; Séguin, A. 2005. Enhanced resistance to fungal pathogens in forest trees by genetic transformation of black spruce and hybrid poplar with a Trichoderma harzianum endochitinase gene. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 67: 92–99.

Ostry, M.; Hackett, W.; Michler, C.; Serres, R.; McCown, B. 1994. Influence of regeneration method and tissue source on the frequency of somatic variation in Populus to infection by Septoria musiva. Plant Science. 97: 209-215.

Ostry, M.E.; Anderson, N.A. 1995. Infection of Populus tremuloides by Hypoxylon  mammatum ascospores through Saperda inornata galls. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 25: 813-816.

Ostry, M.E.; Berguson, W.E. 1993. Selecting hybrid poplars to reduce disease risk may also reduce biomass yield. Tree Planters' Notes. 44: 128-131.

Ostry, M.E.; McNabb, H.S. Jr. 1990. Minimizing disease injury to hybrid poplars. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 8: 96-98.

Prakash, C.S.; Thielges, B.A. 1989. Interaction of geographic isolates of Melampsora medusae and Populus: effect of temperature. Canadian Journal of Botany. 67: 486-490.

Rajora, O.P.; Zsuffa, L.; Yeh, F.C. 1994. Variation, inheritance and correlations of growth characters and Melampsora leaf rust resistance in full-sib families of Populus. Silvae Genetica. 43: 219-226.

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