Ecology and genetics of host-parasite interactions: papers presented at an international symposium organized by the Linnean Society of London and the British Society for Parasitology, held at Keele University, 12-13 July 1984

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Orlando, Fla., 1985 - Medical - 266 pages
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Interactions of fish and parasite populations. Genetics, immunity, and parasite survival. Cycling and non-cycling populations of red grouse. Schistosome and snail populations. Ecological and evolutionary dynamics of parasites. The gene-for-gene hypothesis: parable or paradigm. Bacteria and phage. Host-parasite associations: their population biology and population genetics.

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SCOTT MARILYN E Experimental epidemiology of Gyrodactylus bullatarudis
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Genetics immunity and parasite survival
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Nematospiroides dubius and
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