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|Abstract:||Theunderlying structure of epidemiologicalmodels, andthe questions thatmodels canbeusedto address, do not necessarily depend on the host organism in question. This means that certain preoccupations of plant disease modellers are similar to those of modellers of diseases in human, livestock and wild animal populations. However, a number of aspects of plant epidemiology are very distinctive, and this leads to specific challenges in modelling plant diseases, which in turn sets a certain agenda for modellers. Here we outline a selection of 13 challenges, specific to plant disease epidemiology, that we feel are important targets for future work.|
|Citation:||Cunniffe, Nik J, Koskella, Britt, E. Metcalf, C Jessica, Parnell, Stephen, Gottwald, Tim R, Gilligan, Christopher A. (2015). Thirteen challenges in modelling plant diseases. Epidemics, 10 (6 - 10). doi:10.1016/j.epidem.2014.06.002|
|Pages:||1 - 5|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Version:||Final published version. This is an open access article.|
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