Chemical similarity between introduced and native populations of Scots pine can facilitate transcontinental expansion of mountain pine beetle in North America. Erbilgin, N., Klutsch, J. G., Najeeb, H., Cale, J. A., Ishangulyyeva, G., Rajabzadeh, R., ... & Seppo, R. (2019). Biological Invasions, 22(3), 1067-1083.
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Drought stress leads to systemic induced susceptibility to a nectrotrophic fungus associated with mountain pine beetle in Pinus banksiana seedlings. 2017. Klutsch, J.G., Shamoun, S.F., Erbilgin, N. PLoS ONE 12(12): e0189203.
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