2013 4th Quizzes. What are some of the features of pathogen dispersal e.g. what determines dispersal range and how would you describe the pattern of spore dilution How can you rapidly provide data to suggest an epidemic is caused by an infectious disease
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Resistance: no disease
Lag phase: the time that incurs
between the introduction and
the expansion of a microbe.
That is when Transmission>
Normally, invasions are
identifiable only after the Lag
The weblike structure of fungi, usually immersed in the soil or in plant matter is involved in an essential symbiosis that greatly enhances the ability of plants to grow
Fungus absorbs nutrients for plants
Plant gives fungus carbohydrates it produces via photosynthesis