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1.Imagem marcado/desmarcadoHOLECHECK, J. L.; GROSS, B.; DABO, S. M.; STEPHENSON, T. Effects of sample preparatiopn, growth stage and observer on microhistological analysis of herbivore diets. Journal Wildlife Management, v.46, n.2, p.502-505, 1982.

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2.Imagem marcado/desmarcadoGULLINO, M. L.; ALBALES, R.; AL-JBOORY, I.; ANGELOTTI, F.; CHAKRABORTY, S.; GARRETT, K. A.; HURLEY, B. P.; JUROSZEK, P.; MAKKOUK, K.; STEPHENSON, T. Scientific review of the impact of climate change on plant pests: a global challenge to prevent and mitigate plant pest risks in agriculture, forestry and ecosystems. Rome: FAO: IPCC, 2021. 72 p. il.

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3.Imagem marcado/desmarcadoGULLINO, M. L.; ALBAJES, R.; AL JBOORY, I.; ANGELOTTI, F.; CHAKRABORTY, S.; GARRETT, K. A.; HURLEY, B. P.; JUROSZEK, P.; MAKKOUK, K.; PAN, X.; STEPHENSON, T. Summary for policymakers of the scientific review of the impact of climate change on plant pests: a global challenge to prevent and mitigate plant pest risks in agriculture, forestry and ecosystems. Rome: FAO: IPPC, 2021. 32 p. il.

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4.Imagem marcado/desmarcadoGULLINO, M. L.; ABAJES, R.; AL-JBOORY, I.; ANGELOTTI, F.; CHAKRABORTY, S.; GARRETT, K. A.; HURLEY, B. P.; JUROSZEK, P.; LOPIAN, R.; MAKKOUK, K.; PAN, X.; PUGLIESE, M.; STEPHENSON, T. Climate change and pathways used by pests as challenges to plant health in agriculture and forestry. Sustainability, v. 14, 12421, 2022.

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Biblioteca(s):  Embrapa Semiárido.
Data corrente:  29/09/2022
Data da última atualização:  29/09/2022
Tipo da produção científica:  Artigo em Periódico Indexado
Circulação/Nível:  A - 2
Autoria:  GULLINO, M. L.; ABAJES, R.; AL-JBOORY, I.; ANGELOTTI, F.; CHAKRABORTY, S.; GARRETT, K. A.; HURLEY, B. P.; JUROSZEK, P.; LOPIAN, R.; MAKKOUK, K.; PAN, X.; PUGLIESE, M.; STEPHENSON, T.
Afiliação:  MARIA LODOVICA GULLINO, Agroinnova, University of Torino; RAMON ALBAJES, Agrotecnio Center, Universitat de Lleida; IBRAHIM AL-JBOORY, University of Baghdad; FRANCISLENE ANGELOTTI, CPATSA; SUBRATA CHAKRABORTY, University of Technology Sydney; KAREN A. GARRETT, Gainiversity of Florida, Gainesville, FL; BRETT PHILLIP HURLEY, University of Pretoria, Pretoria; PETER JUROSZEK, Central Institute for Decision Support Systems in Crop Protection (ZEPP); RALF LOPIAN, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland; KHALED MAKKOUK, Ex-National Council for Scientific Research (CNRS); XUBIN PAN, Institute of Plant Quarantine, Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine, Beijing; MASSIMO PUGLIESE, Agroinnova, University of Torino; TANNECIA STEPHENSON, The University of the West Indies.
Título:  Climate change and pathways used by pests as challenges to plant health in agriculture and forestry.
Ano de publicação:  2022
Fonte/Imprenta:  Sustainability, v. 14, 12421, 2022.
DOI:  https://doi.org/10.3390/su141912421
Idioma:  Inglês
Conteúdo:  Climate change already challenges people?s livelihood globally and it also affects plant health. Rising temperatures facilitate the introduction and establishment of unwanted organisms, including arthropods, pathogens, and weeds (hereafter collectively called pests). For example, a single, unusually warm winter under temperate climatic conditions may be sufficient to assist the establishment of invasive plant pests, which otherwise would not be able to establish. In addition, the increased market globalization and related transport of recent years, coupled with increased temperatures, has led to favorable conditions for pest movement, invasion, and establishment worldwide. Most published studies indicate that, in general, pest risk will increase in agricultural ecosystems under climate-change scenarios, especially in today?s cooler arctic, boreal, temperate, and subtropical regions. This is also mostly true for forestry. Some pests have already expanded their host range or distribution, at least in part due to changes in climate. Examples of these pests, selected according to their relevance in different geographical areas, are summarized here. The main pathways used by them, directly and/or indirectly, are also discussed. Understanding these path-ways can support decisions about mitigation and adaptation measures. The review concludes that preventive mitigation and adaptation measures, including biosecurity, are key to reducing the projected increases in pest risk in agricu... Mostrar Tudo
Palavras-Chave:  Aquecimento global; Espécies invasivas; Fitossanidade; Patógenos de plantas; Planta daninha; Pragas de insetos; Risco de pragas.
Thesagro:  Agricultura; Inseto; Mudança Climática; Praga; Silvicultura.
Thesaurus NAL:  Climate change; Global warming; Insect pests; Invasive species; Plant pathogens.
Categoria do assunto:  P Recursos Naturais, Ciências Ambientais e da Terra
URL:  https://ainfo.cnptia.embrapa.br/digital/bitstream/doc/1146986/1/Climate-change-and-pathways-used-by-pests-as-challenges-to-plant-health-in-agriculture-and-forestry-2022.pdf
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Registro original:  Embrapa Semiárido (CPATSA)
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