Anisotropy, in density and in distance, of the dispersal of yellow rust of wheat: experiments in large field plots and estimation.

@article{Soubeyrand2007AnisotropyID,
  title={Anisotropy, in density and in distance, of the dispersal of yellow rust of wheat: experiments in large field plots and estimation.},
  author={Samuel Soubeyrand and Jerome Enjalbert and Alberto S{\'a}nchez and Ivan Sache},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2007},
  volume={97 10},
  pages={1315-24}
}
ABSTRACT Long-distance dispersal of spores generally presents anisotropy. This anisotropy can appear in the mean number of spores deposited along a given direction (anisotropy in density) and in the mean distance that a spore travels in a given direction (anisotropy in distance). Specific experiments together with a statistical methodology are proposed to study this effect. The experiments are based on the use of a point source of a traceable inoculum and susceptible trap plots in large… CONTINUE READING

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