ANR EVOMALWILD – Multi-host evolution of avian malaria in the wild

À propos :

We use avian Plasmodium, one of the most diverse and abundant vertebrate malarias in nature, to study the genetic and phenotypic diversity underlying multi-host dynamics both in the wild and in controlled laboratory experiments. This work will contrast the dynamics of specialist and generalist Plasmodium lineages to understand and predict the epidemiology and evolution of avian malaria.

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