Symposium: Life history trait evolution in host-parasitoids interactions: acquisition and loss of traits following disturbances
Examples of rapid evolution have been observed in a broad range of species from bacteria, to vertebrates. This rapid evolution can occur as a result of anthropogenic disturbances and most of the examples are founded in tightly interacting species such as predator and prey, host and parasite or host and symbionts. Many functions (virulence/resistance, dispersal, reproduction, diapause, lipogenesis, etc.) could be lost or acquired in few generations. This symposIum propose to explore that in the context of host and parasitoid relationships.
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