Kara W Cummings

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The dynamics of viral infections have been studied extensively in a variety of settings, both experimentally and with mathematical models. The majority of mathematical models assumes that only one virus can infect a given cell at a time. It is, however, clear that especially in the context of high viral load, cells can become infected with multiple copies(More)
Our observations suggest that hyporheic zones might provide important and not previously recognized habitats for amphibians in intermittent headwater streams. Additional sampling is needed to better characterize hyporheic use by Dicamptodon and other stream amphibians such as the torrent salamanders (Rhyacotriton spp.). Better information notwithstanding,(More)
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