Program Details

Plano formato 10.50X13.50 v2 




 Sessions Names and Numbers

S1 General session on Forest Pathology and Entomology
S2 Tree health in urban forests
S3 Parasitic flowering plants in forests
S4 Pine wilt disease
S5 The ecology and pathology of bark and ambrosia beetle-microbial symbioses
S6 Defense priming in forest trees: Mechanisms and practical applications
S7 Gender issues in forest entomology and pathology (GIFEP)
S8 Invasive forest pests and pathogens - pathways, impacts and mitigation measures
S9  Biological control of forest pests: Challenges and opportunities
S10 Forest Health in southern hemisphere commercial plantations
S11 Myrtle rust: biology, impacts and management opportunities
S12 Embracing the beauty of uncertainty and dealing with it in predictive models for forest pests and pathogens
S13 A look to the future of the behavioural and chemical ecology of forest insects
S14 Basic and applied ecology of tree reproductive structure insects and pathogens in the context of global change
S15 New and emerging vascular wilt diseases caused by the Ophiostomatoid fungi
S16 Pitch canker of pines: Emerging frontiers
S17 Precision pest management in plantation forestry
S18 Current status of viruses and phytoplasma of forest and urban trees
S19 Worldwide trends in tree mortality: The roles of climate change, insects and pathogens and their interaction
S20 Can pathogen behaviour within a native range inform management decisions following pathogen introduction into novel environments?
S21 Research progress on ash dieback and emerald ash borer
S22 Use of RNA strategies for the control of forest pests and diseases
S23  Forest pathologist and entomologists unite! Results of innovative collaborations that improve our understanding and management of forest pest invasions.
S24 Impacts of global change on forest defoliating insects.
S25 Role of plant symbiotic organisms on plant resistance to insects and pathogens
S26 Bark and ambrosia beetles