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Individual-Based Models of the Spread of Disease, Weeds, and Insects
Art Diggle
Moin Salam
Marta Monjardino

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[3] X. M. Xu and M. S. Ridout, "Effects of Initial Epidemic Conditions, Sporulation Rate, and Spore Dispersal Gradient on the Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Plant Disease Epidemics," Phytopathology, 88(10), 1998 pp. 1000-1012.



     
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