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Bird-Parasite Interactions

Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior (Oxford Ornithology Series, 2)

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJ. E. Loye (Editor), M. Zuk (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages422
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7401274M
ISBN 100198577389
ISBN 109780198577386

In January we requested 58 European scientists, who had published on bird-parasite interactions to participate in the project. Participants were mainly selected based on a recent review of the effects of bird parasites on the fitness of their hosts. Three requests were made and eventually 37 scientists participated in the by:   Bird-Parasite Interactions: Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior: Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour (Oxford Ornithology Series).

Brood parasites are organisms that rely on others to raise their young. The strategy appears among birds, insects and brood parasite manipulates a host, either of the same or of another species, to raise its young as if it were its own, using brood mimicry, for example by having eggs that resemble the host's (egg mimicry).. Brood parasitism relieves the parasitic parents from the. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of M Zuk books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. M Zuk. Filter your search Bird-Parasite Interactions. J.E. Loye. 01 Aug Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Non c'è dio all'infuori di Dio. Perché non capiamo l'Islam. Reza Aslan. 01 Feb Hardback. unavailable.

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The book addresses the contemporary context of research in bird-parasite systems, and case studies which combine theoretical concepts with evidence from the literature and experimental data.

Equal attention is given to ecology, behavioral response to parasitism, and sexual : Hardcover. Bird-Parasite Interactions is divided into four parts. The introduction provides the contemporary context of research in bird-parasite systems and presents case studies which combine theoretical concepts with experimental data.

Subsequent parts focus on the ecology; behavioural responses; and the effect of parasitism on sexual selection. Contents - Lists of associate editors and contributors Part 1. Introduction - Catherine A. Toft: Current theory of host-parasite interactions. The book addresses the contemporary context of research in bird-parasite systems, and case studies which combine theoretical concepts with evidence from the literature and experimental data.

Equal attention is given to ecology, behavioral response to parasitism, and sexual selection. Bird-Parasite Interactions book consequence, bird-parasite systems have attracted attention from diverse fields and the literature has been spread out in a wide range of specialized journals.

The editors of this book have drawn together a comprehensive range of experts in the field to provide an invaluable reference of current work in bird-parasite interactions.

This book draws together a comprehensive range of experts in the field to provide an invaluable reference of current work in bird-parasite interactions.

The book addresses the contemporary context. Bird-parasite interactions: Ecology, evolution and behaviour edited by J.E. Loye and M.

Zuk, Oxford University Press, £ (xv + pages) ISBN 0 19 9Cited by: 1. Bird-parasite interactions: ecology, evolution and behaviour. Contributions from a range of experts in the field deal with current work on the internal and external parasites of birds. Bird-parasite interactions 7 INTRODUCTION Most animals share their environments with a rich fauna of parasites.

The need to survive and reproduce successfully in these environments has therefore forced birds. Immunity and Virulence in Bird-Parasite Interactions Gabriele Sorci* and Stéphane Cornet* BioGéoSciences, CNRS UMRUniversité de Bourgogne, 6 Boulevard Gabriel, Dijon, France Abstract: The interaction between hosts and parasites is characterized by the evolution of reciproca adaptations aiming atCited by: 4.

The introductory section comprises a paper reviewing current theory of host-parasite interactions. Part II examines aspects of the ecology of such interactions, Part III aspects of behaviour, and Part IV sexual selection.

Each of the last three parts includes an introductory review, using a theoretical approach with reference to empirical by:   'The editors of this book have drawn together a comprehensive range of experts in the field to provide an invaluable reference of current work in bird-parasite interactions.' Ethology Ecology & Evolution No.

4, Vol, 3 'the editors have created something of a benchmark' Andrew F. Read, University of Oxford, TREE, vol.6, no, December Pages: Bird-parasite interactions: Ecology, evolution and behaviour: edited by J.E.

Loye and M. Zuk, Oxford University Press, £ (xv + pages) ISBN 0 19 9 Christopher Dye Page Immunity and Virulence in Bird-Parasite Interactions. These two text-book example s illustrate a few key, Loy e JE, Zuk M.

Bird-Parasite interactions. Ox ford: Oxford Uni-versity Pr ess 8 - Parasite and host interactions from Part III - Species interactions Peter W.

Price, Northern Arizona University, Robert F. Denno, University of Maryland, College Park, Micky D. Eubanks, Texas A & M University, Deborah L.

Finke, University of Missouri, Columbia, Ian Kaplan, Purdue University, Indiana. Changes in host–parasite interactions have the potential to be one of the important consequences of urbanisation, influencing the species able to exploit urban landscapes.

We compile information about these less-studied interactions, focusing on the interaction between parasites (ectoparasites, blood parasites and intestinal parasites) and by: Bird-Parasite Interactions: Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Birds are hosts to many parasites, internal and external.

The parasites inevitably form a burden to the host bird and therefore may affect its ability to grow, survive and reproduce as well as its behavior and the abundance and distribution.

For instance, host-parasite interactions are modified in such a way that parasites can start appearing in novel hosts and generate health problems. Furthermore, nonnative predators can severely.

Current theory of host-parasite interactions / Catherine A. Toft --Pathogenicity and epizootiology of avian Haematozoa: plasmodium, leucocytozoon and haemoproteus / Carter T. Atkinson and Charles Van Riper, III --Direct and indirect effects of the caecal nematode, Trichostrongylus tenuis, on red grouse / Peter J.

Hudson and Andrew P. Dobson --Effects of ectoparasites on cliff swallow growth and survival / Brian. exceptional candidates for studies of the evolution of bird—parasite Interactions and outstanding reference systems for studies of other vertebrate—parasite interactions.

It has only been recently that scientists have recognized the benefits of using data on the prevalence and distribution of. Book Reviews are published in the Recent Literature section of the journal. Bird-parasite interactions: ecology, evolution and behaviour (J.

Loye and M. Zuk, eds.), pp. – The charge for printing a black-and-white page in the Journal of Field Ornithology is $92 per page.

Book Reviews are published in the Recent Literature section of the journal. Bird-parasite interactions: ecology, evolution and behaviour (J. E. Loye and M. Zuk, eds.), pp. – The charge for printing a black-and-white page in the Journal of Field Ornithology is $92 per page. Color Charges.Oxford University Press.

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