Data of Bacterial Wilt (AUDPC) and soil

Description

Percentage of bacterial wilt and area under the curve of disease progression (AUDPC) relative tomato plants transplanted in different soil types artificially infested with R.solanacearum 133 days before.

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 13 observations on the following 15 variables.

place

a factor with levels Chmar Chz Cnt1 Cnt2 Cnt3 Hco1 Hco2 Hco3 Hyo1 Hyo2 Namora SR1 SR2

Day7

a numeric vector

Day11

a numeric vector

Day15

a numeric vector

Day19

a numeric vector

Day23

a numeric vector

Day27

a numeric vector

Day31

a numeric vector

Day35

a numeric vector

Day39

a numeric vector

Day43

a numeric vector

Day47

a numeric vector

Day51

a numeric vector

AUDPC

a numeric vector

relative

a numeric vector

Details

Percentajes bacterial wilt. Day7 = evaluated to 7 days, Days11 = evaluated to 11 days. see data(soil) and data(ralstonia)

Source

Experimental field, 2004. Data Kindly provided by Dr. Sylvie Priou, Liliam Gutarra and Pedro Aley.

References

International Potato Center. CIP - Lima Peru.

Examples

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library(agricolae)
data(wilt)
days<-c(7,11,15,19,23,27,31,35,39,43,47,51)
AUDPC<-audpc(wilt[,-1],days)
relative<-audpc(wilt[,-1],days,type="relative")

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