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Commit 8951892f authored by Adam Reichold's avatar Adam Reichold
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Add new reference on comparing transmission pathways.

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year = {2021}
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@article{multiple_transmission_routes_sustain_high_prevalence,
author = {Majewska, Ania A. and Sims, Stuart and Schneider, Anna and Altizer, Sonia and Hall, Richard J. },
title = {Multiple transmission routes sustain high prevalence of a virulent parasite in a butterfly host},
journal = {Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences},
volume = {286},
number = {1910},
pages = {20191630},
year = {2019},
doi = {10.1098/rspb.2019.1630},
URL = {https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/abs/10.1098/rspb.2019.1630},
eprint = {https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/pdf/10.1098/rspb.2019.1630},
abstract = {Understanding factors that allow highly virulent parasites to reach high infection prevalence in host populations is important for managing infection risks to human and wildlife health. Multiple transmission routes have been proposed as one mechanism by which virulent pathogens can achieve high prevalence, underscoring the need to investigate this hypothesis through an integrated modelling-empirical framework. Here, we examine a harmful specialist protozoan infecting monarch butterflies that commonly reaches high prevalence (50–100\%) in resident populations. We integrate field and modelling work to show that a combination of three empirically-supported transmission routes (vertical, adult transfer and environmental transmission) can produce and sustain high infection prevalence in this system. Although horizontal transmission is necessary for parasite invasion, most new infections post-establishment arise from vertical transmission. Our study predicts that multiple transmission routes, coupled with high parasite virulence, can reduce resident host abundance by up to 50\%, suggesting that the protozoan could contribute to declines of North American monarchs.}
}
@article{bee_pathogen_transmission_dynamics,
author = {Figueroa, Laura L. and Blinder, Malcolm and Grincavitch, Cali and Jelinek, Angus and Mann, Emilia K. and Merva, Liam A. and Metz, Lucy E. and Zhao, Amy Y. and Irwin, Rebecca E. and McArt, Scott H. and Adler, Lynn S. },
title = {Bee pathogen transmission dynamics: deposition, persistence and acquisition on flowers},
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