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Sex-based differences in physiology, behaviour and demography commonly result in differences in disease prevalence. However, sex differences in preval...Read more
Paratuberculosis (Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis; Map) is a widespread and difficult disease to control in livestock populations and ...Read more
We present methods for estimating disease transmission coefficients in wildlife using Leptospira interrogans infection (a bacterial disease transmitte...Read more
A model of disease transmission was formulated which assumed that vector feeding behaviour is cyclical rather than continuous. This model led to equat...Read more
Shared use of rangelands by livestock and wildlife can lead to disease transmission. To align agricultural livelihoods with wildlife conservation, a m...Read more
Vector-borne diseases (VBDs) impact human and animal health globally, and their ecology and transmission are affected by human-caused ecosystem and bi...Read more
Disease transmission can occur between and within species for diseases with multiple hosts. If these diseases are undesirable, for economic or health ...Read more
Emerging wildlife diseases pose a significant threat to natural and human systems. Because of real or perceived risks of delayed actions, disease mana...Read more
Theoretical models suggest that increased vector species participation in pathogen transmission significantly increases the prevalence of vector and h...Read more
Social organization and interactions among individuals are suspected to play important roles in the transmission and potential management of wildlife ...Read more