Evolutionary genetics: Fight or flinch?

Abstract

I nfectious disease is becoming increasingly recognised as having a major influence on the evolution of biological populations. Infected individuals have, broadly speaking, two ways of coping with the disease. One is resistance, in which the host prevents infection or growth of the pathogen. The other is tolerance, in which the host compensates for damage… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.hdy.6800776

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@article{Brown2006EvolutionaryGF, title={Evolutionary genetics: Fight or flinch?}, author={J. Michael Brown and R J Handley}, journal={Heredity}, year={2006}, volume={96}, pages={3-4} }