Publications and references
- Special Issue of "Botany" from Session D7d "Complex Interactions of Mistletoe, Ecosystems, and People"; XXV IUFRO World Congress; Curitiba, 29 September - 5 October 2019. Botany, 2020, 98(9).
- Special issue of "Botany" from the 2016 IUFRO Conference on Mistletoes: Pathogens, Keystone Resource, and Medicinal Wonder; Ashland, Oregon, USA; 17-22 July 2016. March 2017, Volume 95, Number 3.
- Special issue of "Botany" on stem and shoot fungal pathogens and parasitic plants: eight papers of a session of 7.02.11 and 7.02.02, held at the XXII IUFRO World Congress in Brisbane, Australia, August 2005; vol. 87 (1): 1-63.(2009).
Mistletoes: Pathogens, Keystone Resource, and Medicinal Wonder; Ashland, Oregon, USA; 17-22 July 2016.
Summary of social media posts
- Heide-Jorgenson, H.S. 2008. Parasitic Flowering Plants. Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands.
- Mathiasen, R.L., D.L. Nickrent, D.C. Shaw, and D.M. Watson. 2008. Mistletoes: Systematics, Pathology, Ecology, and Management. Plant Disease. 92: 988-1006.
- Shaw, D.C. and R.L. Mathiasen. 2013. Management of Higher Parasitic Plants – Mistletoes. Chapter 5. In: Infectious Forest Diseases. Edited by G. Nicolotti, and P. Gonthier. CABI Press.
- Watson DM, Herring M. 2012. Mistletoe as a keystone resource: an experimental test. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 279: 3853–3860.
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