A simulation model for the development of brown rust epidemics in winter wheat

@article{Rossi1997ASM,
  title={A simulation model for the development of brown rust epidemics in winter wheat},
  author={Vittorio Rossi and Paolo Racca and S. Giosue' and Davide Pancaldi and Ingo Alberti},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={1997},
  volume={103},
  pages={453-465}
}
A model simulating the progress of Puccinia recondita severity, expressed as a percentage of rusted leaf area (both as average and its 95% confidence interval) on individual wheat leaves over the course of a growing season, with a time step of one day, was elaborated using laboratory and field data from literature. Data on the stages of each infection cycle (uredospore germination, penetration, latency, uredium eruption and infectiousness) were transformed into model parameters by curve fitting… CONTINUE READING

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