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Coevolution as a process: what parasites of animals and plants do not have in common



Coevolution as a process: what parasites of animals and plants do not have in common



Coevolution of parasitic arthropods and mammals: 83-99



A comparative account is given of coevolution in ectoparasites of mammals and plants. Coevolution is defined as the event where the members of one species select for a change in another species successfully and then in turn evolutionarily respond to that change. Although ectoparasites of mammals and plants have a great deal in common, they also differ in many aspects of their ecology, population biology, potential for evolutionary and coevolutionary change and host interactions.

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