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The spread of viral infection in moths,

By T. Roose, P. K. Maini, J. Cory and R S Hails


To control insect pests with a virus, it is important to determine the optimum time for the treatment. However, before analysing this problem, a realistic model for the uninfected host must be developed. A model framework for this has been developed and applied to the pine beauty moth which is a major pest of lodgepole pine in Scotland

Topics: Biology and other natural sciences
Year: 1995
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