Comparative Epidemiology: A Tool for Better Disease Management : Proceedings of the Session on Comparative Epidemiology, 3rd International Congress of Plant Pathology, Munich, 16-23 August 1978
J. Palti, Jürgen Kranz
Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation, 1980 - Medical - 122 pages
Epidemiology and plant-disease management, the know and the needed; Comparative epidemiology: an evaluation of scope, concepts and methods; The importance of terms and definitions for a conceptually unified epidemiology.
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Comparative epidemiology an evaluation of scope concepts
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