Nr. 169 (2013)

Pine Wilt Disease Conference 2013, 15th to 18th Oct. 2013 Braunschweig / Germany

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5073/berjki.2013.169.000

Scientific Conference IUFRO unit 7.02.10 and FP7 EU-Research Project REPHRAME
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Edited by:
Thomas Schröder

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Preamble
Thomas Schröder
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Scientific and Organization Committee
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Program
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Session 1: Insect Vector

Sampling strategies for Monochamus sutor - a potential vector of the pine wood nematode
M. Schroeder
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Assessing potential expansion of the pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) from the spatial genetic structure of the vector (Monochamus galloprovincialis)
J. Haran, A. Roques, G. Roux
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Effective traps for live trapping of PWN vectors Monochamus spp.
G. Alvarez, I. Etxebeste, E. Sanchez, D. Gallego, J. A. Pajares
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Effective attraction radius of pheromone traps for Monochamus galloprovincialis
H. Jactel
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Monochamus galloprovincialis dispersal and effective sampling area of operational traps
I. Etxebeste, G. Alvarez, E. Sanchez-Husillos, J. Pajares
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Flight performances of Monochamus galloprovincialis, insect vector of the Pine Wood Nematode
G. David, J. Herve, D. Piou, P. Naves, E. de Sousa
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Simulating the dispersal of Monochamus galloprovincialis based on its flight mill performance and testing several management scenarios
C. Robinet, G. David, D. Piou, A. Roques, H. Jactel
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Dispersal bahavior and long distance flight capacity of Monochamus galloprovincialis (Olievier 1795)
H. Mas, R. Hernández, M. Villaroya, G. Sánchez, E. Pérez-Laorga, E. González, A. Ortiz, J. L. Lencina, J. Rovira, M. Marco, V. Pérez, M. Gil, F. J. Sánchez-García, P. Bordón, C. Pastor, M. J. Biel, L. Montagud, D. Gallego
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Smart-traps combined with molecular on-site detection to monitor Monochamus spp. and associated pine wood nematode
F. Chinellato, M. Simonato, A. Battisti, M. Faccoli, S. Hardwick, D. M. Suckling
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Physiological development of Monochamus galloprovincialis immature adults through shoot feeding
E. Sánchez-Husillos, I. Etxebeste, G. A. Baz, A. J. Pajares
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Detection of exotic Monochamus spp. in Belgium - testing the tools in the area of origin
C. K. Boone, J.-C. Grégoire, N. Berkvens, H. Casteels, N. Viaene
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Preliminary results of potential vector species of Bursaphelenchus spp. (Nematoda: Parasitaphelenchidae) in Turkey
M. Dayi, S. Akbulut
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Session 2: Systematic and Diagnostics

Validation of a real time PCR assay for the detection of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus in targeted matrices in the framework of national survey
G. Anthoine, A.-M. Chappé
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Molecular detection of in complex DNA backgrounds
R. Landeweert, P. Mooijmann, W. Mulder, S. van den Elsen, J. Helder
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Pinewood nematode assay and development of real-time PCR for species identification in North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
W. Ye, R. M. Giblin-Davis
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Development of a reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP) method to detect living pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, in wood
I. Leal, E. Allen, J. Anema, C. Reisle, B. Foord, A. Uzunovic, A. Varga, D. James
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EUPHRESCO BURSA Project: early detection methods of the pinewood nematode
G. Anthoine
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Session 3: PWN in International Trade, Pathways and Phytosanitary Treatments

Occurence and distribution of Bursaphelenchus species in Switzerland
S. Prospero, J. Polomski, D. Rigling
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Coniferous bark hot steam treatment for the elimination of the pinewood nematode
L. Fonseca, J. Santos, H. Nestler, J. Verdasca, R. Oliveira, I. Abrantes, C. Serra
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Non-vector spread of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus via wood chips
A. Hopf, T. Schroeder
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Complementary studies to validate the proposed fumigation schedules of sulfuryl fluoride for inclusion in ISPM No. 15 for the eradication of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus from wood packing material
L. Bonifácio, M. L. Inácio, E. de Sousa, S. Buckley, E. M. Thoms
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Efficacy of kiln drying as phytosanitary treatment against wood borne nematodes
T. Schröder, J. Welling, C. Aukamp-Timmreck
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Session 4: PWN Interactions with Bacteria

Recent research on pine wilt disease in Russia
O. A. Kulinich, E. N. Arbuzova, U. S. Magomedov, N. I. Kozyreva, E. S. Mazurin, M. S. Kolychikhina, A. Y. Ryss
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Inoculation effects of Pinus thunbergii with and two strains of Bacillus firmus
J. J. Tan, H. Y, Qu, D. J. Hao, F. M. Chen
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Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and associated bacteria under oxidative stress conditions
C. S. L. Vicente, Y. Ikuyo, M. Mota, K. Hasegawa
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Diversity and in vitro nematicidal activity of bacteria associated to pinewood nematode
P. V. Morais, D. N. Proença, G. Paiva, R. Francisco, P. Verissimo, L. Fonseca, I. M. O. Abrantes
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Natural bacterial communities associated with the pine sawyer beetle Monochamus galloprovincialis
C. S. L. Vicente, F. X. Nascimento, M. Espada, P. Barbosa, K. Hasegawa, M. Mota, S. Oliveira
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Session 5: PWD Management and Contingency Planning

A research project to develop strategic action plan in the pine-wilt-disease unaffected area in Northern Japan
K. Nakamura, N. Maehara, T. Aikawa, Y. Ichihara, H. Kosaka, E. Kagaya, H. Sugita, T. Masaki, J. Kon, T. Kaneko
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Study on the techniques of sustainable control of pine wood nematode disease (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus)
X. Fuyuan, Z. Huaying, X. Ming
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New strategies for pine wilt disease (PWD) management in Portugal: preventive methods to reduce the spread of the disease to new areas
P. naves, M. Vieira, E. de Sousa
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Session 6: PWN Biology, Population Dynamics, Epidemiology, Modelling

Inter-specific competition of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus with native populations of B. mucronatus in pine
M. Tomalak, A. Filipiak
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Interspecific hybridization between Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and Bursaphelenchus mucronatus
H. Zhengmin, G. Ye, B. Ailing, C. Dongxia
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Phenitypic and genotypic traits of recombinant inbred lines of pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
T. Kato, A. Kaneko, R. Shinya, K. Futai, Y. Takeuchi
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Pathogenicity, reproduction and survival of axenic Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
L. zhu, L. Huang, J. Ye
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Influence of pine wood nemetode invasion on typical Masson pine ecosystem in Three Gorges Reservoir Region of China
R. Gao, J. Shi, Y. Luo
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Using an evapo-transpiration model to predict the current and future range and severity of pine wilt disease caused by pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus in Europe
H. Gruffudd, H. Evans, T. Jenkins
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Cold-tolerance and adaption of pine wood nematode in China
R. Huang, J. Shi, Y. Luo
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A comparative proteomics analysis on resistant provenance of Pinus massoniana inoculated with Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
Z. Huaying, Xu Ming, X. Fuyuan
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Comparative transcriptomics to understand the molecular basis of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus pathogenicity
C. Egas, F. Leisico, T. Duarte, P. Gomes, L. Fonseca, I. Abrantes, M. Pinheiro
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The function of major sperm proteins (MSPs) in reproduction of pine wood nematode
L. Huang, M. Tian, X Qiu, Y. Zhang, X. Wu, J. Ye
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Exploring the relation between virulence and oxidative stress response of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and Bursaphelenchus mucronatus
C. S. L. Vicente, Y. Ikuyo, M. Mota, K. Hasegawa
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Poster Presentations

Bursaphelenchus xylophilus identification, from literature to routine analysis: how to make morphological analysis reliable
C. Sarniguet, A. Buisson, G. Anthoine
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Genetic diversity of the pinewood nematode, after 100 years of invasion in Japan
M. Akiba, N. Kanzaki, N. Sahashi
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Bursaphelenchus mucronatus as a cause of dying a secondary fir forests in Ukrainian Carpathians
M. Kozlovsky
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Growth properties of pine trees died from pine wilt disease
T. Ikeda, K. Kobayashi, S. Naoe
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Testing attractants for trapping Monochamus sutor
G. Hoch, P. Halbig, P. Menschhorn, D. R. Hall, H. Krebahn
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Inhabitation on the pinewood nematode and its vectors in the tsunami-damaged Pinus thunbergii and P. densiflora trees
K. Nakamura, T. Aikawa, Y. Ichihara, N. Maehara, N. Mizuta
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bacterial flora and its association with the pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus)
T. Kato, K. Futai, Y. Takeuchi
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Embolism development observed with a compact MRI in Japanese black pine clones resistant to pine wilt disease
A. Akami, D. Kusumoto, T. Hirao, A. Watanabe, K. Fukuda
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Analysis of genetic diversity of Bursaphelenchus mucronatus and B. xylophilus isolates based on ISSR markers
F. Y. Liu, F. M. Chen, L. Y. Xie, J. R. Ye, J. J. Tan
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Studies on non-vector transmission of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus on Pinus pinaster
C. Magnusson, J. Henriques, E. de Sousa
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Bursaphelenchus xylophilus does not occur in Belgium, but what about its vectors, the Monochamus spp.?
N. Berkvens, H. Casteels, N. Damme, A. Bighiu, J. Witters, J.-C. Grégoire, C. Boone, D. Michelante, N. Viaene
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Construction of engineering bacterium expressing flagellin of Pseudomonas fluorescensand its toxicity to Pinus thunbergii in vivo
S. N. Li, B. G. Zhao, R. G. Li, D. S. Guo
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Gene silencing in Bursaphelenchus xylophilus: knock down of a calponin gene and its effect on nematodes movement
J. M. S. Cardoso, L. Fonseca, P. Gomes, C. Egas, I. Abrantes
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Comparative analysis of MspI satellite repeats of the pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, at different geographic scales
P. Vieira, C. Castagnone, S. Mallez, M. Espada, A. Navas, M. Mota, P. Castagnone-Sereno
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Physiological responses to water stress and temperature on the pine wilt disease development in Pinus spp.
I. Abarantes, L. Fonseca, P. Fernandes, A. Mendes, F. Colwell, C. Costa, C. Máguas, O. Correia
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Improved key to the species of the xylophilus group of the genus Bursaphelenchus Fuchs, 1937
H. Braasch, U. Schönfeld
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Vacuum pressure impregnation for the elimination of the pinewood nematode from pine wood
L. Fonseca, A. Santos, S. Amado, M. Pedroso, I. Abrantes
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Pine wood nematodes - as a factor of pine decline in Croatia
N. Đođ, M. Pernek, B. Carletti
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The use of PCR-HRM technique for detection of the quarantine nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
A. Filipiak, M. Tomalak
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Modelling of potential spread of pine wood nematode by natural means in Slovenia at present climate conditions and in light of predicted climate changes
B. Gerič Stare, M. Knapič, N. Ogrica, S. Širca, G. Urek
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Analysis of transcriptional expression variation of pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) using EST-based simple sequences repeats
J. R. Xu, X. Q. Wu, X. Fang, J. R. Ye, Y. Liu, L. Xu, Y. Lu
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The Dutch approach to pine wilt disease (PWD): longhorn beetles and nematodes under surveillance
A. S. van Bruggen, L. J. M. F. den Nijs, A. J. M. Loomans
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