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Life history evolution of nematodes: linking epidemiological modelling and comparative tests

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Nematodes form a highly diversified, monophyletic group present in all environments as free-living individuals. As parasites they may infect plants, invertebrates and vertebrates. This group is then a unique model for testing evolutionary and ecological consequences of being a parasite. I summarise some recently published studies on the evolution of life traits of nematodes. Some predictions were obtained using the framework of epidemiological modelling and were tested using the comparative approach (and then some comparative methods).

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2002-07-01
2016-12-04

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