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Coevolution of hosts and parasites



Coevolution of hosts and parasites



Parasitology 85(2): 411-426



Coevolution of hosts and parasites, overview of theoretical literature and different types of mathematical models, empirical information bearing on interlinkage between virulence and transmission parameters in real host-parasite systems

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Accession: 000841257

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PMID: 6755367

DOI: 10.1017/s0031182000055360



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