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Diseases caused by living agents on a wide range of hosts

  • D. H. Phillips
  • D. A. Burdekin

Abstract

Of the many living organisms that cause diseases, some affect a wide range of hosts, others are restricted to one or a very few host genera or species. This chapter deals with diseases caused by pathogens with many hosts. Succeeding chapters deal with those caused by organisms with a more restricted range.

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Fruit Body Verticillium Wilt Japanese Larch Western Hemlock Ornamental Tree 
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