Non-Infectious Diseases of Wheat Related

Diseases of Alfalfa: Non-Infectious:: Descriptions of physiological disorders, deficiencies, drought and frost damage.

Introduction to Infectious Diseases in Hard Clams:: Outlines the gross signs of disease, the pathogens likely to be present and their significance in the areas of Florida where this study took place.

National Science Foundation: Ecology of Infectious Diseases:: Report of a study funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health program - ecology of infectious diseases (EID) to understand human-induced environmental changes and the transmission of infectious diseases.

Common Diseases of Wheat:: Photographs and information on various diseases which may affect this crop, the life cycle of the causal agents, the symptoms and plant health management.

Fungal Diseases of Wheat:: An identification guide to the fungal diseases that may infect this crop, with many photographs, brief descriptions of the symptoms and suggested management strategies.

Viral Diseases of Wheat:: An identification guide to the viral diseases that may infect this crop, with many photographs and suggested management strategies.

Leaf, Stem and Stripe Rust Diseases of Wheat:: Provides illustrations and information on the distinguishing features of the different rusts that affect wheat, their epidemiology and management.

Climate Change and Infectious Disease:: Demonstrates the importance of studying the volatility of infectious diseases as one of the earliest biological expressions of climate instability. From the Center for Health and the Global Environment, Harvard Medical School, Boston. [PDF] (July, 2002)

Center for Infectious Disease Research And Policy (CIDRAP):: Provides advice, information, and analysis on the prevention, control, and treatment of infectious diseases and in public health preparedness in such areas as bioterrorism and food safety.

World Health Organization (WHO): Using Climate to Predict Infectious Disease Outbreaks:: Review of the degree to which epidemics are sensitive to climate variations. Identifies candidate diseases and describes the conceptual framework for developing climate-based early warning systems. [PDF]

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