As the global climate changes, plant disease epidemiology faces important questions: Will climate change render plant diseases more harmful to man-made ecosystems, or less? Can sustainable systems be developed in time to spare and enhance shrinking resources? How will changes in host plant diversity affect genetic disease resistance? This book provides an overview of current research in plant disease epidemiology from researchers at the cutting edge of this important discipline.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2006|
|Product dimensions:||7.68(w) x 10.24(h) x 0.01(d)|
Table of ContentsForeword; S. Savary and B.M. Cooke. 1. Patterns and Management of Crop Multiple Pathosystems; S. Savary et al. 2. Botanical Epidemiology: Some Key Advances and its Continuing Role in Disease Management; L.V. Madden. 3. Disease Assessment Concepts and the Advancements Made in Improving the Accuracy and Precision of Plant Disease Data; F.W. Nutter Jr. et al. 4. Relation between Soil Health, Wave-like Fluctuations in Microbial Populations, and Soil-borne Plant Disease Management; A.H.C. van Bruggen et al. 5. The Practical Considerations of Scale in Plant Pathology; W.W. Turechek. 6. Trends in Theoretical Plant Epidemiology; H. Scherm et al. 7. Establishing Priorities for Plant Science Research and Developing World Food Security; R.W. Herdt. 8. Ecological Genomics and Epidemiology; K.A. Garrett et al. 9. Framework Development in Plant Disease Risk Assessment and its Application; X.B. Yang.