Variability and Disturbances as Key Factors in Forest Pathology and Plant Health Studies
AbstractThe plant disease triangle (PDT) is as old as the field of modern plant pathology, and it postulates that any plant disease is the outcome of the interaction between a pathogen, a host, and the environment. Recently, the need has emerged to study not only how the three elements of the PDT directly influence disease, but to focus on how they indirectly affect one another, consequently modifying the final outcome. It is also essential to structure such analyses within three major external frameworks provided by landscape level disturbances, climate change, and anthropogenic effects. The studies included in this issue cover a wide range of topics using an equally varied list of approaches, and they showcase the important role these indirect and often non-linear processes have on the development of forest diseases. View Full-Text
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Garbelotto, M.; Gonthier, P. Variability and Disturbances as Key Factors in Forest Pathology and Plant Health Studies. Forests 2017, 8, 441.
Garbelotto M, Gonthier P. Variability and Disturbances as Key Factors in Forest Pathology and Plant Health Studies. Forests. 2017; 8(11):441.Chicago/Turabian Style
Garbelotto, Matteo; Gonthier, Paolo. 2017. "Variability and Disturbances as Key Factors in Forest Pathology and Plant Health Studies." Forests 8, no. 11: 441.
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