Framework Development in Plant Disease Risk Assessment and its Application

@article{Yang2005FrameworkDI,
  title={Framework Development in Plant Disease Risk Assessment and its Application},
  author={Xuebiao Yang},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={115},
  pages={25-34}
}
This article reviews recent developments in plant disease risk assessment. The role of risk assessment as an application area in macrophytopathology and its contribution to the development of macroscale disease study are discussed. This article also discusses the concepts and components of risk assessment for different end points and the assessment framework of different potential ranges of a new pathogen: establishment range, suitability range, damage range, and dispersal range. Different end… CONTINUE READING

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