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Red Queen communities



Red Queen communities



Infectious Disease Ecology: The Effects Of Ecosystems On Disease And Of Disease On Ecosystems: Cary Conference, Millbrook, New York, Usa, 2005



The interaction between pathogens and plants has traditionally been the purview of agricultural plant pathologists, but because crop species are typically grown in monocultures, there has been little consideration of the role of pathogens in multispecies plant communities. However, ecologists have become increasingly appreciative of the potential role of pathogens in natural communities and ecosystems.

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