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Plants Diseases and Infection Control

Plant Diseases

Plant diseases refer to abnormal conditions or malfunctions that affect the normal functioning of plants. These conditions can result from various factors, including infectious agents such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes, and parasitic plants. Additionally,non-infectious factors like environmental stress, nutrient deficiencies, and genetic abnormalities can contribute to plant diseases. Plant pathogens can cause damage to crops, reduce yields, and impact the overall health of plant populations. Effective management of plant diseases is crucial for sustainable agriculture and maintaining plant biodiversity.

Infection Control in Plants

Infection control in plants involves strategies and practices aimed at preventing, managing, and mitigating the impact of infectious agents on plant health.

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Related Associations:

European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases | International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses | International Society for NeuroVirology | Baan Gerda | Bobby Goldsmith Foundation | Boikarabelo | Botswana–Harvard AIDS Institute Partnership | Canadian AIDS Society |

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