Conditional persistence and tolerance characterize endoparasite–colonial host interactions

Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10141/622229
Title:
Conditional persistence and tolerance characterize endoparasite–colonial host interactions
Authors:
FONTES, I; HARTIKAINEN, HANNA; TAYLOR, NICKGH; OKAMURA, BETH ( 0000-0001-7279-715X )
Citation:
FONTES, I., HARTIKAINEN, H., TAYLOR, N., & OKAMURA, B. (2017). Conditional persistence and tolerance characterize endoparasite–colonial host interactions. Parasitology, 144(8), 1052-1063. doi:10.1017/S0031182017000269
Journal:
Parasitology
Issue date:
Jul-2017
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10141/622229
DOI:
10.1017/S0031182017000269
Submitted date:
2017-07-05
Type:
Journal Article
Item Description:
COPYRIGHT: © Cambridge University Press 2017. The attached document is the authors’ final accepted version of the journal article. You are advised to consult the publisher’s version if you wish to cite from it.
Subject Terms:
bryozoan; myxozoan; multiple transmission routes; covert infection; host condition; terminal investment; host fecundity; infection intensity; statoblasts; totipotent stem cells
ISSN:
0031-1820
EISSN:
1469-8161
Appears in Collections:
Life sciences

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dc.contributor.authorHARTIKAINEN, HANNAen
dc.contributor.authorTAYLOR, NICKGHen
dc.contributor.authorOKAMURA, BETHen
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dc.identifier.citationFONTES, I., HARTIKAINEN, H., TAYLOR, N., & OKAMURA, B. (2017). Conditional persistence and tolerance characterize endoparasite–colonial host interactions. Parasitology, 144(8), 1052-1063. doi:10.1017/S0031182017000269en
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dc.subject.nhmmultiple transmission routesen
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dc.subject.nhmterminal investmenten
dc.subject.nhmhost fecundityen
dc.subject.nhminfection intensityen
dc.subject.nhmstatoblastsen
dc.subject.nhmtotipotent stem cellsen
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