5 edition of Ecology and evolution of spatial host-parasite systems found in the catalog.
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1995.
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|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Meghan Duffy's research focuses on the ecology and evolution of host-parasite interactions. Finally, great tits start breeding a couple of weeks earlier than collared flycatchers .
Solutions to the great environmental challenges we face will require deep partnerships between ecologists, economists, and other social scientists. Attention is then turned to host-parasitoid systems and the spatially extended Nicholson-Bailey equations; probems with this coupled map lattice are highlighted and an alternative artificial ecology is formulated. She also studies the robustness of coexistence and limits to similarity, the role of competitive interactions in range shifts under climate change, macroecological patterns and the influence of spatial structure on the evolution of species interactions and communities.
At this large scale, differentiation was mostly driven by spatial components, and the DAPC separated infrapopulations into three groups corresponding to the three patches Fig.
Marra PP, Hobson KA, Holmes RT 1998 Linking winter and summer events in a migratory bird by using stable-carbon isotopes. Webster MS, Marra PP, Haig SM, Bensch S, Holmes RT 2002 Links between worlds: unraveling migratory connectivity. Facultative bacterial symbionts in aphids confer resistance to parasitic wasps. Herrera C 1978 Breeding distribution pattern of European migrant birds: MacArthur theme reexamined.
Evelyn Hutchinson, who studied inland waters but wrote trenchantly on almost every aspect of ecology, providing an evolutionary context for understanding ecological characteristics and ecosystem patterns.
The numerous epibiont species found in rock-pool Daphnia infected all available host species and were even seen to colonize hosts from other taxa, e.