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Titulos:
A functional biology of parasitism : ecological and evolutionary implications / Gerald W. Esch and Jacqueline C. Fernández.
ISBN:
0412399105
Lugar de Edición:
London :
Editor:
Chapman & Hall,
Fecha de Edición:
1993.
Edición #:
1st ed.
Notas Formateada:
Extent of parasitism -- Definitions -- Concept of harm -- Some adaptations to parasitism -- Life cycle and ecology -- Population concepts -- Background -- General definitions -- Factors affecting parasite populations -- Dispersion concept -- Dynamics of population growth -- Factors influencing parasite populations -- Density-independent factors: introduction -- Density-independent factors: case histories -- Density-dependent factors: introduction -- Density-dependent factors: case histories -- Suprapopulation dynamics: introduction -- Suprapopulation dynamics: case histories -- Influence of parasites on host populations -- Introduction to the concept of regulation -- Crofton's approach -- Overdispersion and regulation: introduction -- Overdispersion and regulation: case histories -- Epidemiological implications -- Models -- Life history strategies -- Introduction -- Reproductive strategies -- Colonization strategies -- Host behaviour and transmnission -- Theoretical considerations -- Infracommunity dynamics -- Introduction -- Evolution of parasite communities -- Infracommunity structure.; (cont) Screen/filter concept -- Component and compound communities -- Introduction -- Core-satellite and generalist-specialist species concepts -- Determinants of component communities -- Habitat variability (succession) and parasitism -- Biocoenosis and parasite flow -- Allogenic-autogenic species concept -- Biogeographical aspects -- Introduction -- Factors affecting the geographical distribution of parasites -- Patterns of distribution -- Ecological aspects -- Applied aspects of biogeography -- Evolutionary aspects -- Introduction -- Microevolution -- Evolution of host-parasite interactions -- Parasite influence in the evolutionary biology of the host -- Population concepts -- Factors influencing parasite populations -- Influence of parasites on host populations -- Life-history strategies -- Infracommunity dynamics -- Component and compound communities -- Biogeographical aspects -- Evolutionary aspects -- What next for the evolution and ecology of parasitism?
Palabras clave:
ECOLOGIA/PARASITISMO; Ecology; Host-Parasite Relations; Host-parasite relationships.; Parasites; Parasites; Parasitism.; PARASITOLOGIA

Leader:
cam
Campo 003:
OCoLC
Campo 008:
930201s1993 enka b 001 0 eng
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Campo 100:
1 ^aEsch, Gerald W.
Campo 245:
12^aA functional biology of parasitism :^becological and evolutionary implications /^cGerald W. Esch and Jacqueline C. Fernández.
Campo 246:
Campo 250:
^a1st ed.
Campo 260:
^aLondon :^bChapman & Hall,^c1993.
Campo 300:
^axiii, 337 p. :^bill. ;^c25 cm.
Campo 440:
0^aFunctional biology series
Campo 505:
0 ^aExtent of parasitism -- Definitions -- Concept of harm -- Some adaptations to parasitism -- Life cycle and ecology -- Population concepts -- Background -- General definitions -- Factors affecting parasite populations -- Dispersion concept -- Dynamics of population growth -- Factors influencing parasite populations -- Density-independent factors: introduction -- Density-independent factors: case histories -- Density-dependent factors: introduction -- Density-dependent factors: case histories -- Suprapopulation dynamics: introduction -- Suprapopulation dynamics: case histories -- Influence of parasites on host populations -- Introduction to the concept of regulation -- Crofton's approach -- Overdispersion and regulation: introduction -- Overdispersion and regulation: case histories -- Epidemiological implications -- Models -- Life history strategies -- Introduction -- Reproductive strategies -- Colonization strategies -- Host behaviour and transmnission -- Theoretical considerations -- Infracommunity dynamics -- Introduction -- Evolution of parasite communities -- Infracommunity structure.
Campo 505:
0 ^a(cont) Screen/filter concept -- Component and compound communities -- Introduction -- Core-satellite and generalist-specialist species concepts -- Determinants of component communities -- Habitat variability (succession) and parasitism -- Biocoenosis and parasite flow -- Allogenic-autogenic species concept -- Biogeographical aspects -- Introduction -- Factors affecting the geographical distribution of parasites -- Patterns of distribution -- Ecological aspects -- Applied aspects of biogeography -- Evolutionary aspects -- Introduction -- Microevolution -- Evolution of host-parasite interactions -- Parasite influence in the evolutionary biology of the host -- Population concepts -- Factors influencing parasite populations -- Influence of parasites on host populations -- Life-history strategies -- Infracommunity dynamics -- Component and compound communities -- Biogeographical aspects -- Evolutionary aspects -- What next for the evolution and ecology of parasitism?
Campo 650:
4^aECOLOGIA/PARASITISMO
Campo 650:
2^aEcology
Campo 650:
2^aHost-Parasite Relations
Campo 650:
0^aHost-parasite relationships.
Campo 650:
2^aParasites
Campo 650:
0^aParasites^xEcology.
Campo 650:
0^aParasitism.
Campo 650:
4^aPARASITOLOGIA
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0 ^aParasites
Campo 700:
1 ^aFernández, Jacqueline C.
Proveniencia:
^aUnRioCuarto
Proveniencia:
^aUnSur
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