Vertical Transmission of Pathogens of Invertebrates

@inproceedings{Fine1984VerticalTO,
  title={Vertical Transmission of Pathogens of Invertebrates},
  author={Paul E. M. Fine},
  year={1984}
}
It has long been recognized that many pathogens of invertebrates can be transmitted directly from infected hosts to their immediate progeny. Indeed, this subject has achieved considerable eminence in the literature pertaining to infectious diseases, having been discussed at length by Louis Pasteur (1870) in his classical work on the diseases of silkworms entitled Etudes sur la Maladie des Vers a Soie. In this work, which deserves as much credit as any document to be considered a cornerstone of… CONTINUE READING

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