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*  Biodiversity
The Biogeography of Host-Parasite Interactions. Oxford University Press. pp. 93-94. ISBN 978-0-19-956135-3. Retrieved 28 June ... The latitudinal distribution of parasites does not appear to follow this rule. In 2016, an alternative hypothesis ("the fractal ... The exotic organisms may be predators, parasites, or may simply outcompete indigenous species for nutrients, water and light. ... 13 February 2013). "Biodiversity decreases disease through predictable changes in host community competence". Nature. 494 (7436 ...
*  Klaus Rohde
In: S Morand and B Krasnov (eds.). The Biogeography of Host-Parasite Interactions. Oxford University Press, pp. 73-88. ... of parasites is not a general phenomenon. Rohde's work on the ecology of marine parasites has shown that most parasites live in ... How to measure host specificity. Vie et Milieu (Life and Environment) 58, 121-124. 2010 Marine parasite diversity and ... ISBN 978-1-107-01961-4. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) The first edition of Ecology of Marine Parasites, University ...
*  Ecological fitting
... if host-parasite or other interactions are as tightly coevolved as was previously believed, parasites should not be switching ... The Biogeography of Host-Parasite Interactions. Oxford University Press. pp. 7-20. ISBN 0-19-956135-4. CS1 maint: Extra text: ... and/or form new species interactions (e.g. a parasite infecting a new host) which can lead to the misinterpretation of the ... which would encourage host fidelity, yet scientists commonly observe parasite shifts onto novel hosts, both in the phylogenetic ...
*  Ploidy
"Host-parasite interactions and the evolution of ploidy". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 101 (30): 11036-11039. doi:10.1073/pnas. ... "Host-parasite interactions and the evolution of ploidy". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 101: 11036-11039. doi:10.1073/pnas. ... Some studies suggest that selection is more likely to favor diploidy in host species and haploidy in parasite species. The ...
*  List of organisms by chromosome count
"Host-parasite interactions and the evolution of ploidy". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 101: 11036-11039. doi:10.1073/pnas. ...
*  Leach's single leaf bat
Krichbaum, Kristle; Perkins, Sarah; Gannon, Michael (2008). "Host-parasite interactions of tropical bats in Puerto Rico". Acta ...
*  Chytridiomycota
Host parasite interactions between freshwater phytolankton and chytrid fungi (chytridiomycota). J Phycol 40:457-455. Gleason, ... Some algal parasites practice oogamy: a motile male gamete attaches itself to a nonmotile structure containing the female ... Chytrids are saprobic, degrading refractory materials such as chitin and keratin, and sometimes act as parasites. There has ... Among the microfossils are chytrids preserved as parasites on rhyniophytes. These fossils closely resemble the modern genus ...
*  Drosophila falleni
1992). "Dynamics of host-parasite interactions: the Drosophila-Howardula system". OIKOS. 674 (3): 533-40. JSTOR 3545172. ...
*  Katja Becker
"Oxidative stress in malaria parasite-infected erythrocytes: host-parasite interactions". International Journal for Parasitology ... Apicomplexan Parasites: Molecular Approaches toward Targeted Drug Development. Drug Discovery in Infectious Diseases. 2 (1st ed ... the Rudolf Leuckart Medal of the German Society for Parasitology for her work on energy metabolism in pathogenic parasites such ...
*  Atrazine
Koprivnikar, Janet; Forbes, Mark R.; Baker, Robert L. (2007). "Contaminant Effects on Host-Parasite Interactions: Atrazine, ... Its principal finding was that susceptibility of wood frog tadpoles to infection by E. trivolvis is increased only when hosts ...
*  Rhizophydiales
2004). "Host parasite interactions between freshwater phytoplankton and chytrid fungi (Chytridiomycota)". J. Phycol. 40 (3): ... Zoospores of parasitic chytrids use light and chemical cues to locate hosts. Zoospores of Rhizophydium littoreum, a parasite of ... Rhizophydiales are parasites of a range of organisms, including invertebrates, other chytrids and algae, and they may have a ... The zoospore has to use its own stored food reserves (lipids and glycogen) as it swims until it attaches to a suitable host or ...
*  Leishmania braziliensis
"Betulin derivatives impair Leishmania braziliensis viability and host-parasite interaction". Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. ... of the mammalian host, with the macrophages being the target white blood cell of the parasite. Recently, it has been ... At this time, the parasite causes oral and nasal lesions causing severe damage to the mucus membranes. Pentostam, Liposomal and ... Leishmania braziliensis, like other species of Leishmania rely on asexual reproduction in the intermediate mammalian host to ...
*  Isospora sylvianthina
Dolnik, Olga (2003). Some aspects of the biology and host-parasite interactions of Isospora spp. (Protozoa: Coccidiida) of ... Isospora sylvianthina is a species of internal parasites classified under Coccidia. It frequently occurs in the Eurasian ...
*  Garden warbler
ISBN 1-4053-6709-1. Dolnik, Olga (2003). Some aspects of the biology and host-parasite interactions of Isospora spp. (Protozoa ... It may be host to various fleas, mites and internal parasites, and it is a host of the common cuckoo, a brood parasite. The ... The garden warbler is a host of the common cuckoo, a brood parasite. The blackcap has a much lower level of parasitism than its ... named after its host. Two species of protozoan parasites in the genus Isospora occur in garden warblers, I. sylvianthina and I ...
*  Gene-for-gene relationship
Flor H.H. (1955). "Host-parasite interaction in flax rust - its genetics and other implications". Phytopathology. 45: 680-685. ... Clayton Oscar Person was the first scientist to study plant pathosystem ratios rather than genetics ratios in host-parasite ... Flor showed that the inheritance of both resistance in the host and parasite ability to cause disease is controlled by pairs of ... In contrast, for the NBS-LRR class of R genes, direct interaction has not been shown for most of the R/avr pairs. This lack of ...
*  Hamiltosporidium
Vizoso, D. B.; Ebert, D. (2005-07-01). "Phenotypic plasticity of host-parasite interactions in response to the route of ... insights into the gene content of a large microsporidian genome and a model for host-parasite interactions". Genome Biology. 10 ... Both parasite species are vertically transmitted to asexual host offspring with a transmission rate of up to 100% and a ... Altermatt, F.; Hottinger, F.W. & D. Ebert (2007). "Parasites promote host gene flow in a metapopulation". Evolution ecology. 21 ...
*  Asterionella
Host parasite interactions between freshwater phytoplankton and chytrid fungi (Chritridiomycota), Ibelings et al. 2004, J. ... Maier, Michelle A.; Peterson, Tawnya D. (Oct 2014). "Observations of a Diatom Chytrid Parasite in the Lower Columbia River". ... stopping the spread of the parasite. This is called a hypersensitive reaction. Asterionella have no means of locomotion. It is ... is it linked to frequent epidemic of host-specific parasitic fungus?, De Bruin et al. 2004, J.Phycology. 40p823-830. doi: ...
*  Plant tolerance to herbivory
"Shared control of epidemiological traits in a coevolutionary model of host-parasite interactions". The American Naturalist, 161 ... There may then be selection for decreased virulence in the pathogens, so that their plant host will survive long enough to ... Plant-animal interactions an evolutionary approach. Victoria: Blackwell Publishing Company. pp. 77-106. Suwa, T., Maherali, H ... Strauss, S.Y., Zangerl, A.R. (2002). "Plant-insect interactions in terrestrial ecosystems". In Carlos M. Herrera and Olle ...
*  Steven Frank (biologist)
His areas of expertise are evolutionary genetics, host-parasite interactions and social evolution. He earned a Ph.D. from the ...
*  Diplostomum pseudospathaceum
Chappell, L. H.; Hardie, L. J.; Secombes, C. J. (1994). "Diplostomiasis: The disease and hostparasite interactions In Pike". ... so the parasite is protected there from the host's immune system. This latter trait is probably responsible for the parasite's ... "Effects of environmental variation on host-parasite interaction in three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus)". Zoology ... The parasite infects snails and birds, sexually reproducing in the latter (its primary host) and asexually in the former (its ...
*  List of antibiotics
Pelczar, M. J.; Chan, E. C. S. and Krieg, N. R. (1999) "Host-Parasite Interaction; Nonspecific Host Resistance", In: ...
*  Evolutionary history of plants
... their involvement in morphogenesis and host-parasite interaction". FEMS Microbiology Reviews. 11 (4): 317-338. doi:10.1111/j. ... doi:10.1046/j.1420-9101.2002.00428.x. Delmotte, F.; Bucheli, E.; Shykoff, J.A. (1999). "Host and parasite population structure ... "Local adaptation and population structure at a micro-geographical scale of a fungal parasite on its host plant". Journal of ... Both the host plant and parasitic fungi have to continue to survive to stay in their ecological niche. If one of the two ...
*  Mechanism (biology)
In ecology, mechanisms such as predation and host-parasite interactions produce change in ecological systems. In practice, no ... For example, natural selection is a mechanism of evolution that includes countless, inter-individual interactions with other ...
*  Chrysis ignita
Host-parasite interactions are prime examples of evolutionary arms races. The host evolves methods of detecting the parasite, ... There are two basic strategies for parasitizing the host. In the first strategy, the wasp eats the host egg or host young larva ... Additionally, if the host mother wasp is able to accumulate enough food resources for both her kin and the host larva, the ... The second parasitoid strategy is generally utilized when the host wasp species is a nectar and pollen gatherer. These host ...
*  Adaptation
This became known as the Red Queen hypothesis, as seen in host-parasite interaction. In coevolution, where the existence of one ... 2016). "Host-parasite Red Queen dynamics with phase-locked rare genotypes". Science Advances. 2: e1501548. doi:10.1126/sciadv. ... An internal parasite (such as a liver fluke) can illustrate the distinction: such a parasite may have a very simple bodily ... From this we see that adaptation is not just a matter of visible traits: in such parasites critical adaptations take place in ...