publication . Other literature type . 2020

Compendium on the plant health research priorities for the Mediterranean region

D'onghia, Anna Maria; Roy, Anne-Sophie; Makkouk, Khaled; Al-Jboory, Ibrahim; Katbeh Bader, Ahmad; Yaseen, Thaer; Mugnai, Laura; Logrieco, Antonio; Surico, Giuseppe; Ravnikar, Maja; ...
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  • Published: 19 Oct 2020
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
The Mediterranean region is home to about 25 000 plant species, of which 13 000 are endemic (not found anywhere else on Earth) and has been recognised as a biodiversity hotspot that is suffering an exceptional loss of habitat. Mediterranean agriculture, forests and other environments are seriously threatened by numerous quarantine and emerging pests, and their negative impacts is expected to increase due to global trade and climate change. In the face of these challenges, the Mediterranean region is particularly vulnerable due to the weakness of national quarantine systems, limited expertise and phytosanitary infrastructures, and not least the lack of funds for ...
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free text keywords: plant health, research, Mediterranean, policy, pests, infrastructure, capacity
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Other literature type . 2020
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