8 edition of Study of Plant Disease Epidemics found in the catalog.
July 30, 2007
by Amer Phytopathological Society
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||421|
This is the first history of epidemics in South Africa, lethal episodes that significantly shaped this society over three centuries. Focusing on five devastating diseases between and today—smallpox, bubonic plague, “Spanish influenza,” polio, and HIV/AIDS—the book probes their origins, their catastrophic courses, and their consequences in both the short and long terms. Plant Disease Epidemiology. This note provides an introduction to the study of the population dynamics of plant diseases and the analysis of plant disease epidemics. Author(s): The Ohio State University.
Historically, crop disease epidemics have, on occasions, caused massive economic losses and have even led to famines. The literature of plant pathology contains many references to natural outbreaks of plant disease epidemics. Disease in plants has also been shown to have resulted from human activity. This book is a major and wide-ranging study of the great epidemic scourges of humanity—plague, leprosy, smallpox, syphilis, cholera, and yellow fever/malaria—over the last six centuries. Sheldon Watts applies a wholly original perspective to the study of global disease, exploring the connections between the movement of epidemics and the.
By "amount" of disease we mean either incidence (the number of plants or plant parts affected), severity (the amount of tissue affected), or a combination of both. By this definition there can be fast epidemics or slow epidemics, and there can even be "negative" epidemics, in which there is a decrease in the amount of disease with time. Epidemiology: Study of epidemics. Science of disease in populations. Ecology of disease. Study of the spread of diseases, in space and time, with the objective to trace factors that are responsible for, or contribute to, epidemic occurrence. The science of populations of pathogens in populations of host plants, and the diseases.
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The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics is the highly anticipated original work by three of the leading plant disease epidemiologists of the last quarter Study of Plant Disease Epidemics book. This manual is an essential tool intended for graduate students, researchers, and teachers of plant pathology, as well as crop consultants and those in disease management positions.
The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics is a comprehensive manual that introduces readers to the essential principles and concepts of plant disease epidemiology. This useful reference and textbook provides a detailed exposition on how to describe, compare, analyze, and predict epidemics of plant disease for the ultimate purposes of developing and Cited by: The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics by Laurence V.
Madden, Gareth Hughes and Frank van den Bosch. Epidemiology provides plant pathologists with refined and deepened knowledge of the behavior of diseases in the field for improved disease control or management.
Kranz. To obtain a file with corrections to the book please click here. The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics Laurence V. Madden, Gareth Hughes, Frank van den Bosch American Phytopathological Society, - Science - pagesReviews: 1. Department of Plant Pathology Madison Ave.
Wooster, Ohio Phone: Email: [email protected] Epidemiology can be considered, quite simply, the study of epidemics.
There are several possible definitions of an epidemic. We define an epidemic as the change in disease intensity in a host population over time and space.
Plant disease, an impairment of the normal state of a plant that interrrupts or modifies its vital functions. Plant diseases can be classified as infectious or noninfectious, depending on the causative agent.
Learn more about the importance, transmission, diagnosis, and control of plant diseases. Plant Diseases: Epidemics and Control provides a description of the methods of epidemiological analysis based on infection rates and the relation between the amount of inoculum and the amount of disease it produces.
The book shows how to study the increase of pathogen populations and the epidemiological strategy to be adopted to control the. Plant disease epidemics, caused by established and invasive pathogen species, continue to impact a world increasingly concerned with the quantity and quality of its primary food supply.
The Study. The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics should be in all biological libraries and on the shelf of any researcher who has occasion to analyze epidemiological data. It would serve as an excellent text for graduate courses in plant disease epidemiology, especially those organized around models.
An epidemic has been defined as any increase of disease in a population. A similar definition of an epidemic is the dynamics of change in plant disease in time and space.
The study of epidemics and factors influencing them is called epidemiology. Epidemiology is concerned simultaneously with. Buy Study of Plant Disease Epidemics by Madden, Laurence V (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
Introduction S tudying plant diseases in a particular plant population is known as plant disease epidemiology (PDE) (Nutter, ). Plant diseases are caused by the vast circle of diversified pathogens which continuously tend to undergo mutations and recombination, thus generating their new strains efficiently for their survival in the ecosystem (Ventura et al., ; Cangi et al., ).
The book: “Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to ” by Frank M. Snowden was quite timely and informative as the world deals with a new pandemic denoted as COVID The book was an outgrowth and expansion of an open course taught at Yale, completed before but updated to make note of the current s: Description: Plant disease epidemiology is a dynamic science that forms an essential part of the study of plant pathology.
This book brings together a team of 35 international experts. Each chapter deals with an essential component of the subject and allows the reader to fully understand how each exerts its influence on the progress of. Plant disease epidemics, caused by established and invasive pathogen species, continue to impact a world increasingly concerned with the quantity and quality of its primary food supply.
The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics is a comprehensive manual that introduces readers to the essential principles and concepts of plant disease epidemiology. In this book practical procedures, such as experiments in coding techniques, reduction of data, computer programs, the particular scope of multiple regression analysis in the study of the progress of epidemics, disease increase and severity, disease cycles and crop losses, are variously discussed.
The study of plant disease epidemics. Paul, MN: American Phytopathological Society. E-mail Citation» This book introduces the essential features of plant disease epidemiology.
Great emphasis is placed on how to utilize and interpret epidemiological data obtained from field studies. The study of plant disease epidemics. Madden, Laurence V.
et al. Phytopathological Soc. pages $ • Disease incidence – Proportion of plants (leaves, etc.) diseased, or the number diseased out of Nplants (leaves, etc.) observed • Disease severity – Relative or absolute area of plant tissue affected by disease (sometimes called “intensity”) •For many fungal (and other) plant diseases, severity is the area of plant surface with.
Study of Plant Disease Epidemics 作者: Madden, Laurence V./ Hughes, Gareth/ Van Den Bosch, Frank 出版社: Amer Phytopathological Society 页数: 定价: 元 装帧:. CHAPTER EPIDEMICS (a) The contact network for a branching process (b) With high contagion probability, the infection spreads widely (c) With low contagion probability, the infection is likely to die out quickly Figure The branching process model is a simple framework for reasoning about the spread of an epidemic as one varies both the amount of contact among individuals and the.Study of plant disease epidemics.
St. Paul: American Phytopathological Society, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Laurence V .Epidemic, an occurrence of disease that is temporarily of high epidemic occurring over a wide geographical area (e.g., worldwide) is called a rise and decline in epidemic prevalence of an infectious disease is a probability phenomenon dependent upon transfer of an effective dose of the infectious agent from an infected individual to a susceptible one.