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Climate-Fungal Pathogen Modeling Predicts Loss of Up to One-Third of Tea Growing Areas 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR AND INFECTION MICROBIOLOGY, 2021, 卷号: 11, 页码: 610567
Authors:  Tibpromma,Saowaluck;  Dong,Yang;  Ranjitkar,Sailesh;  Schaefer,Douglas A.;  Karunarathna,Samantha C.;  Hyde,Kevin D.;  Jayawardena,Ruvishika S.;  Manawasinghe,Ishara S.;  Bebber,Daniel P.;  Promputtha,Itthayakorn;  Xu,Jianchu;  Mortimer,Peter E.;  Sheng,Jun
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Camellia sinensis  climate change  crop loss  fungal diseases  perennial crops  BROWN BLIGHT DISEASE  CAMELLIA-SINENSIS  COLLETOTRICHUM-ACUTATUM  1ST REPORT  EXOBASIDIUM-VEXANS  YUNNAN PROVINCE  PLANT  GLOEOSPORIOIDES  PESTS  LEAF  
Indications for Three Independent Domestication Events for the Tea Plant (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) and New Insights into the Origin of Tea Germplasm in China and India Revealed by Nuclear Microsatellites 期刊论文
PLOS ONE, 2016, 卷号: 11, 期号: 5
Authors:  Meegahakumbura, M. K.;  Wambulwa, M. C.;  Thapa, K. K.;  Li, M. M.;  Moller, M.;  Xu, J. C.;  Yang, J. B.;  Liu, B. Y.;  Ranjitkar, S.;  Liu, J.;  Li, D. Z.;  Gao, L. M.
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