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Favorisation de la transmission : manipulation parasitaire et plasticité chez Plasmodium. Le cas de la malaria aviaire
Adaptations for transmission in avian malaria: parasitic manipulation and plasticity


Presented by Cornet, Stéphane
CBGP postdoctorate 
Main results : 

Mosquitoes are preferentially attracted by infected birds , particularly those with chronic infection, 
That choice is independent of the infection status of the mosquito.

Following exposure to mosquitoes , chronically infected birds exhibits parasitic outbreak , 
resulting in an increase in the prevalence of infection in mosquitoes .
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Keywords:
avian malaria /  Culex pipiens (the common house mosquito)GT3. Ecology and evolution of zoonoses /  Haemosporidia (the avian malaria) /  host-vector transmission /  infectious statuslaboratory experimentlife-history traitparasitism /  Plasmodium relictum (parasite) /  protocol (experiments, methods) /  vector /  .

Related categories:
     A) Taxon (latin/vernacular names)
     B) Tool/method
     C) Process/phenomenon
     G) Concept
     H) Indicator (parameter, variable name)
     I) Zoonosis
     L) CBGP theme
    
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XP-014 / Talk delivered on 2014-12-02 / id: 16


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