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Networks and epidemiology, sudden oak death, complex networks, smallworld, random, scalefree, local connectivity, longdistance spread, clustering, plant pathogens. Phytophthora ramorum and epidemiological simulations in networks of small size Conclusion: further potential work applying network theory in plant sciences
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