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Host-parasite and genotype-by-environment interactions: temperature modifies potential for selection by a sterilizing pathogen

Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Mar 29, 2005

Suzanne E MitchellA F Read

PMID: 15792228

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Parasite-mediated selection is potentially of great importance in modulating genetic diversity. Genetic variation for resistance, the fuel for natural selection, appears to be common in host-parasite interactions, but responses to selection are rarely observed. In the present study, we ...read more

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Pathogenic Organism
Class crustacea
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Reproduction Spores
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Host-parasite and genotype-by-environment interactions: temperature modifies potential for selection by a sterilizing pathogen

Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Mar 29, 2005

Suzanne E MitchellA F Read

PMID: 15792228

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Abstract

Parasite-mediated selection is potentially of great importance in modulating genetic diversity. Genetic variation for resistance, the fuel for natural selection, appears to be common in host-parasite interactions, but responses to selection are rarely observed. In the present study, we ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Daphnia magna
Host-Parasite Interactions
Pathogenicity
Pathogenic Organism
Class crustacea
Acclimatization
Spores, Bacterial
Reproduction Spores
Daphnia antigen
Petalifera ramosa

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