Data from: Degree of host susceptibility in the initial disease outbreak influences subsequent epidemic spread

Paul M. Severns, Laura K. Estep, Kathryn E. Sackett & Christopher C. Mundt
1. Disease epidemics typically begin as an outbreak of a relatively small, spatially explicit population of infected individuals (focus), in which disease prevalence increases and rapidly spreads into the uninfected, at-risk population. Studies of epidemic spread typically address factors influencing disease spread through the at-risk population, but the initial outbreak may strongly influence spread of the subsequent epidemic. 2. We initiated wheat stripe rust Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici epidemics to assess the influence of...
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