Epidemiology and population biology of Pseudoperonospora cubensis: a model system for management of downy mildews.

@article{Ojiambo2015EpidemiologyAP,
  title={Epidemiology and population biology of Pseudoperonospora cubensis: a model system for management of downy mildews.},
  author={Peter S. Ojiambo and David H. Gent and Lina M. Quesada-Ocampo and Mary K. Hausbeck and Gerald J. Holmes},
  journal={Annual review of phytopathology},
  year={2015},
  volume={53},
  pages={
          223-46
        }
}
The resurgence of cucurbit downy mildew has dramatically influenced production of cucurbits and disease management systems at multiple scales. Long-distance dispersal is a fundamental aspect of epidemic development that influences the timing and extent of outbreaks of cucurbit downy mildew. The dispersal potential of Pseudoperonospora cubensis appears to be limited primarily by sporangia production in source fields and availability of susceptible hosts and less by sporangia survival during… Expand
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