Virulence evolution through a latency-transmission trade-off. Implications as to the durability of resistance in agriculture

Abstract : In evolutionary epidemiology, most of the existing models address virulence evolution through a transmission-virulence trade-off. Although some models consider a coupling with other host-parasite interaction features such as clearance, there seem to be no
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Frédéric Hamelin. Virulence evolution through a latency-transmission trade-off. Implications as to the durability of resistance in agriculture. Conference on game theory for networks, May 2009, Istanbul (TR), Turkey. pp.333-338, ⟨10.1109/GAMENETS.2009.5137418⟩. ⟨hal-00730114⟩

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