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Parasite transmission between trophic levels stabilizes predator-prey interaction

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Parasite transmission between trophic levels stabilizes predator-prey interaction

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Parasite transmission between trophic levels stabilizes predator-prey interaction

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Parasite transmission between trophic levels stabilizes predator-prey interaction

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Parasite transmission between trophic levels stabilizes predator-prey interaction

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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Scientific reports, 2018, Vol.8 (1), p.12246-6

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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Manipulative parasites that promote their transmission by altering their host's phenotype are widespread in nature, which suggests that host manipulation allows the permanent coexistence of the host with the parasite. However, the underlying mechanism by which host manipulation affects community stability remains unelucidated. Here, using a mathema...

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Parasite transmission between trophic levels stabilizes predator-prey interaction

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2045-2322

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2045-2322

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10.1038/s41598-018-30818-7

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