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Competitor or parasite: choose your best enemy

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When two coexisting host species share a common parasite, differences in resistance or tolerance to infection can bias competition. In some circumstances, a lower competitor can invade and replace a better one by spreading infection. I’ll investigate how stochasticity and spatial fragmentation can alter the outcome of competition in small populations.

This talk is part of the Worms and Bugs series.

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