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Epidemiological studies. Mathematical analysis of the significance of infection resistance and tolerance in connexion with the spread of infectious diseases and the degree of infection in natural populations with special reference to Potato viruses



Epidemiological studies. Mathematical analysis of the significance of infection resistance and tolerance in connexion with the spread of infectious diseases and the degree of infection in natural populations with special reference to Potato viruses



Biol. Zbl, 69: 3-4, 103-147



This is a purely theoretical mathematical treatment of the functioning of disease spread.

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