genus Fraxinus

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Synonyms for genus Fraxinus

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Trees in the genus Fraxinus comprised 62.5% of the closest live trees regardless of species, with Prunus and Ulmus individuals accounting for 13.0 and 9.0%, respectively.
Within the case-control stands surveyed, the closest tree to the live ash trees were most often in the genus Fraxinus. This suggests that there is a clustering of live ash trees.
Ash yellows is a disease caused by phytoplasmic microorganisms that affect the tree genus Fraxinus. Typical symptoms of the disease include branch dieback, witches' brooming, and intervenal chlorosis.