In article <2pooo6$k2q at mserv1.dl.ac.uk> C.J.Woolston at applied-biology.hull.ac.uk (Cris Woolston) writes:
>From: C.J.Woolston at applied-biology.hull.ac.uk (Cris Woolston)
>Subject: Epidemiology text book
>Date: 28 Apr 1994 17:37:26 +0100
>I find myself in the position of needing to teach (2nd year UK
>undergraduate)in the area of plant virus epidemiology. This is a bit of a
>departure for me, given that I am much more comfortable with the molecular
>stuff! Can anyone recommend a good starting text?
>A general (ie not specifically plant or not specifically virus)
>epidemiology book might be a realistic goal.
>Many thanks in advance,
I use G.N. Agrios, "Plant Pathology" (Academic Press, 3rd Edn). It is a good,
general plant pathology book with very little molecular biology, and with some
good UG level epidemiology.