Burgess, Treena I., et al. (2016) Tree invasions and biosecurity: eco-evolutionary dynamics of hitchhiking fungi. AoB Plants 8.

Burgess, Treena I., et al. (2016) Tree invasions and biosecurity: eco-evolutionary dynamics of hitchhiking fungi. AoB Plants 8.

Aim: 
Assess and describe fungal functional groups with ten different life history strategies, providing examples for these tree associated fungi (including oomycetes), their transport and introduction, and, using the EEE (Eco-evolutionary) platform, predict the potential of the different groups to establish and spread into the natural environment.
Type of Study: 
Review
Key Results: 
The hitchhikers of tree invasions, the hidden non-native fungi, represent a neglected research field, and this is in need of critical redress.
Treatments: 
NA
Response: 
Global trade in plants should be better regulated to prevent the spread of non-native fungi..
Models: 
Na
Comments: 
NA
Locations: 
Global
Response variable : 
NA
Replication: 
NA
Ecosystem: 
NA
Full Reference: 
Burgess, Treena I., et al. (2016) Tree invasions and biosecurity: eco-evolutionary dynamics of hitchhiking fungi. AoB Plants 8.