By F. D. Podger; G. A. Kile; P. J. Keane
A finished evaluation of our present wisdom of the overall healthiness and ailments of eucalypts.
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Nitens, de Little et al. 1993). 8 Genetic variation in susceptibility to disease Management of diseases and breeding for disease resistance requires a detailed understanding of the genetic variation and taxonomic relationships among and within both the eucalypt hosts and the 24 E U C A L Y P T S pathogens and ultimately of the genetic control of the host-pathogen interaction. There are increasing numbers of examples that demonstrate genetic variation in disease susceptibility of eucalypts at the species level, as well as within species where differences in susceptibility between populations and between trees within populations have been reported (Alfenas et al.
Hogg and Kirkpatrick 1974; Ashton 1976; Kirkpatrick 1981; Austin et al. 1983a; Davidson 1987; Specht 1996). g. altitude, drought) with relatively sharp boundaries delimiting species (Ashton 1981a). Some natural eucalypt forests are dominated 20 by a single species, as with E. regnans in the south-east and E. diversicolor in the south-west (Ashton 1981b). However, eucalypts mostly occur in mixtures of two or more species. g. Battaglia and Williams 1996). In south-east Australia and Tasmania, forests comprising an intimate mix of species from both the Symphyomyrtus and Monocalyptus subgenera are relatively common and species from different subgenera co-occur more frequently than species from the same subgenera (Pryor 1976; Austin et al.
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