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CONCEPTUAL AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF INSECT-BORNE PLANT DISEASES: THEORY AND APPLICATION TO FLAVESCENCE DORÉE IN GRAPEVINE

@article{Federico2014CONCEPTUALAM,
  title={CONCEPTUAL AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF INSECT-BORNE PLANT DISEASES: THEORY AND APPLICATION TO FLAVESCENCE DOR{\'E}E IN GRAPEVINE},
  author={Maggi Federico and Domenico Bosco and Cristina Marzach{\`i}},
  journal={arXiv: Populations and Evolution},
  year={2014}
}
Insect-borne plant diseases recur commonly in wild plants and in agricultural crops, and are responsible for severe losses in terms of produce yield and monetary return. Mathematical models of insect-borne plant diseases are therefore an essential tool to help predicting the progression of an epidemic disease and aid in decision making when control strategies are to be implemented in the field. While retaining a generalized applicability of the proposed model to plant epidemics vectored by… 
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