Genotype matching in a parasitoid-host genotypic food web: an approach for measuring effects of environmental change.

@article{Lavandero2013GenotypeMI,
  title={Genotype matching in a parasitoid-host genotypic food web: an approach for measuring effects of environmental change.},
  author={Blas Lavandero and Jason M Tylianakis},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={229-38}
}
Food webs typically quantify interactions between species, whereas evolution operates through the success of alleles within populations of a single species. To bridge this gap, we quantify genotypic interaction networks among individuals of a single specialized parasitoid species and its obligate to cyclically parthenogenetic aphid host along a climatic gradient. As a case study for the kinds of questions genotype food webs could be used to answer, we show that genetically similar parasitoids… CONTINUE READING

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