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Rapid evolution of disease resistance is accompanied by functional changes in gene expression in a wild bird
Wild organisms are under increasing pressure to adapt rapidly to environmental changes. Predicting the impact of these changes on natural populations requires an understanding of the speed with which adaptive phenotypes ...
Contrasting evolution of virulence and replication rate in an emerging bacterial pathogen
Host resistance through immune clearance is predicted to favor pathogens that are able to transmit faster and are hence more virulent. Increasing pathogen virulence is, in turn, typically assumed to be mediated by increasing ...