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Evolutionary Dynamics of Plant-Pathogen Interactions
Jeremy James Burdon
March 1, 2004 by Cambridge University Press .
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In natural populations, genetic, epidemiological and ecological factors can affect the distribution and maintenance of genetic polymorphisms for resistance and virulence genes Epidemiological approach to modeling dynamics, Chapter Levy SB, Marshall B. Smith, A. Rautiainen, P. Does outcrossing provide an escape from herbivores adapted to the parent plant? Fatima, N.
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Journal of Ecology. Voyles, M. He is coauthor of Evolutionary Games and Population Dynamics. Genetic differentiation in Salvia pratensis and Scabiosa columbaria in relation to population size. Hamilton to explain the role of sex in response to parasites.
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Download preview PDF. The importance of sequence and timing of parasite coinfections. As a consequence, the heterozygote genotype is selectively favored in areas with a high incidence of malaria. Sabelis and Johan A. The theory of gene frequencies.
Wilber, W. Context dependent effects of induced resistance in mediating subsequent infections in a plant-pathogen interaction. Snow, and S. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. Civitello, D. The New Zealand freshwater snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum and its different trematode parasites represent a rather special model system.
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In cases of parasite-host relations, sexual reproduction can quicken the production of new multi-locus genotypes allowing the host to escape parasites that have adapted to the prior generations of typical hosts. Lancet Multilevel Selection: Biodiversity inhibits parasites: Broad evidence for the dilution effect.
Science, It is due to a mutation in the hemoglobin gene leading to sickle shape formation of red blood cells, causing clotting in blood vessels, restricted blood flow, and reduced oxygen transport.
Rautiainen, P. Krakauer; Adaptive dynamics of pathogen-host interactions Ulf Dieckmann; Evolutionary Dynamics of Plant-Pathogen Interactions book. Large-scale spatial dynamics of specialist plant pathogen. Consequently, co-evolutionary interactions, between host and parasite, for example, may select for sexual reproduction in hosts in order to reduce the risk of infection.
In this perspective, we place plant-pathogen systems in a spatial eco-evolutionary framework, which recognizes that ecology and evolution are tightly linked, take place at the same time scale and are strongly influenced by spatial structure.
The impact of spatial scale and habitat configuration on patterns of trait variation and local adaptation in a wild plant parasite. Introduction Karl Sigmund, Maurice W. Some genes are implicated in recognition; many genes are often involved in the signal transduction, while some are implicated in the disease resistance response.
Lindner, H. Holmes, A. Climate change and the global malaria recession. PDF 9. Thus, disease resistance is a process that results from several gene products working in concert. If an advantage is gained, the arms race is over and the group with more resources has won.
The chapters are informative, well written and accessible for non-specialists in a particular discipline.Day Evaluation for Instructors. Plant Pathology educators may review Population Biology of Plant Pathogens: Genetics, Ecology, and Evolution for consideration as a course textbook.
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So Nat’ralists observe, a Flea Hath smaller Fleas that on him prey, And these have smaller Fleas to bite ‘em, And so proceed ad infinitum – Swift. On Poetry: a Rhapsody ()Cited by: 6.The Relationship Between Plant-Pathogen and Plant-Herbivore Pdf and Plant Population Persistence in a Fragmented Landscape Alexander HM () Dynamics of plant-pathogen interactions in natural plant communities.
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The Relationship Between Plant-Pathogen and Cited by: 5.This book presents a nice overview of various developments related to the gene-for-gene concept in plant-pathogen interactions.
Efforts to combine molecular, natural populations and agricultural problems are welcome as only then can one understand the impact of the gene-for-gene concept in plant biology.On the evolutionary dynamics of ebook with direct and environmental transmission Barbara Boldin & Eva Kisdi y This is the Author Version of an article published in Evolution.