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18 publications listed for Timo Kurkela:

J. Hantula, R. Nigel Stringer, A. Lilja, and T. Kurkela
Alder rust, Melampsoridium hiratsukanum Ito, identified from Wales, UK and British Columbia, Canada
Forest Pathology 42 (4), 348-350 (2012)

J. Hantula, T. Kurkela, S. Hendry, and T. Yamaguchi
Morphological measurements and ITS sequences show that the new alder rust in Europe is conspecific with Melampsoridium hiratsukanum in eastern Asia
Mycologia 101 (5), 622-631 (2009)

T. Kurkela, R. Drenkhan, M. Vuorinen, and M. Hanso
Growth response of young Scots pines to needle loss assessed from productive foliage
Forestry Studies - Metsanduslikud Uurimused 50, 5-22 (2009)

A. Uotila, T. Kurkela, T. Tuomivirta, J. Hantula, and J. Kaitera
Gremmeniella abietina types cannot be distinguished using ascospore morphology
Forest Pathology 36 (6), 395-405 (2006)

A. Lilja, M. Poteri, M. Vuorinen, T. Kurkela, and J. Hantula
Cultural and PCR-based identification of the two most common fungi from cankers on container-grown Norway spruce seedlings
Canadian Journal of Forest Research - Revue Canadienne de Recherche Forestière 35 (2), 432-439 (2005)

Risto Kasanen, Jarkko Hantula, Martti Vuorinen, Jan Stenlid, Halvor Solheim, and Timo Kurkela
Migrational capacity of Fennoscandian populations of Venturia tremulae
Mycological Research 108 (1), 64-70 (2004)

Laura Paavolainen, Timo Kurkela, Johanna Suhonen, and Jarkko Hantula
The genetic population structure of Pyrenopeziza betulicola, the causative agent of birch leaf spot disease
Mycologia 93 (2), 258-264 (2001)

Laura Paavolainen, Jarkko Hatila, and Timo Kurkela
Pyrenopeziza betulicola and an anamorphic fungus occurring in leaf spots of birch
Mycological Research 104 (5), 611-617 (2000)

T. Kurkela
Transmission of Heterobasidion root rot to planted Scots pine and Siberian larch after clear cut of infected pine forest
Forestry Studies - Metsanduslikud Uurimused 34, 30-34 (2000)

R.-L. Petäistö, T. Kurkela, and J. Heinonen
Climatic factors and phases of Gremmeniella abietina conidial dispersal
Forestry Studies - Metsanduslikud Uurimused 34, 57-60 (2000)

J. Kaitera, L. Seitamaki, J. Hantula, R. Jalkanen, and T. Kurkela
Inoculation of known and potential alternate hosts with Peridermium pini and Cronartium flaccidum aeciospores
Mycological Research 103 (2), 235-241 (1999)

J. Kaitera, L. Seitamaki, J. Hantula, R. Jalkanen, and T. Kurkela
Morphological variation of Peridermium pini and Cronartium flaccidum aeciospores
Mycological Research 103 (6), 677-683 (1999)

J. Hantula, E.M. Niemi, J. Kaitera, R. Jalkanen, and T. Kurkela
Genetic variation of the resin top fungus in Finland as determined by random amplified microsatellites (RAMS)
European Journal of Forest Pathology 28 (6), 361-372 (1998)

H. Nuorteva, T. Kurkela, and A. Lehto
Rapid living crown reduction caused by Gremmeniella abietina affects foliar nutrient concentrations of Scots pine
European Journal of Forest Pathology 28 (5), 349-360 (1998)

J. Hantula, A.M. Hallaksela, and T. Kurkela
Relationship between Prosthemium betulinum and Pleomassaria siparia
Mycological Research 102 (12), 1509-1512 (1998)

T. Kurkela, M. Hanso, and J. Hantula
Differences between Melampsoridium rusts on birch and alder leaves
International Congress of Plant Pathology 7th meeting, section 2.2 (1998)

L. Paavolainen, J. Hantula, T. Kurkela, and A.-M. Hallaksela
Relationship between Prosthemium betulinum and Pleomassaria siparia and the development of a specific primer
International Congress of Plant Pathology 7th meeting, section 3.3 (1998)

T.T. Kurkela
Short-term variation in ascospore release by Phacidium infestans on the needles of Pinus sylvestris
European Journal of Forest Pathology 25 (5), 274-281 (1995)

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