Overview of selected multivariate statistical methods and their use in phytopathological research.

@article{Sanogo2004OverviewOS,
  title={Overview of selected multivariate statistical methods and their use in phytopathological research.},
  author={Soumaila Sanogo and Xuebiao Yang},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={94 9},
  pages={1004-6}
}
ABSTRACT To disentangle the nature of a pathosystem or a component of the system such as disease epidemics for descriptive or predictive purposes, mensuration is conducted on several variables of the physical and chemical environment, pathogenic populations, and host plants. For instance, it may be desired to (i) distinguish pathogenic variation among several isolates of a pathogen based on disease severity; (ii) identify the most important variables that characterize the structure of an… CONTINUE READING

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