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A biogeographical and landscape perspective on within-host infection dynamics

@inproceedings{Holt1999ABA,
  title={A biogeographical and landscape perspective on within-host infection dynamics},
  author={Robert D. Holt},
  year={1999}
}
  • Robert D. Holt
  • Published 1999
  • Biology
  • There is a growing appreciation in general population and community ecology of the critical importance of space and spatial phenomena for understanding a wide range of ecological phenomena. At the scale of an invading pathogenic organism, a host organism in some important respects is like a large, complex landscape, on which the infection may play out in space as well as time. Many of the topics of contemporary spatial ecology — invasion dynamics, pattern generation, persistence mechanisms… CONTINUE READING

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