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Department
Biology
Course
BIO220H1
Professor
Stinthcombe
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 11 Parasite extended phenotypes Genotype and environment interact to give you the phenotype Dam is the phenotype Things produced in other individuals  affecting change in some other individual (their phenotype) Aggression/ risk taking behaviour may help transmission Toxoplasmosis  passed through cats (feces or through rats) Graph: rats that are infected/not infected  uninfected rats are more attracted to rabbits than cats, but infected rats ARE attracted to cats (mal-adaptive) Malaria infected mosquitoes are more persistent at biting people and more likely to return if thwarted the first time Comparing infectious to non-infectious people  infected hosts are more attractive to mosquitoes (change in the host making the vector more attracted to the host) The worm affects the cockroaches behaviour to make it more attractive to the final hos
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