TWO-STEP INFECTION PROCESSES CAN LEAD TO COEVOLUTION BETWEEN FUNCTIONALLY INDEPENDENT INFECTION AND RESISTANCE PATHWAYS
Article first published online: 23 FEB 2012
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Volume 66, Issue 7, pages 2030–2041, July 2012
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Fenton, A., Antonovics, J. and Brockhurst, M. A. (2012), TWO-STEP INFECTION PROCESSES CAN LEAD TO COEVOLUTION BETWEEN FUNCTIONALLY INDEPENDENT INFECTION AND RESISTANCE PATHWAYS. Evolution, 66: 2030–2041. doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01578.x
- Issue published online: 3 JUL 2012
- Article first published online: 23 FEB 2012
- Accepted manuscript online: 1 FEB 2012 03:02PM EST
- Received June 6, 2011, Accepted December 17, 2011
Figure S1. (A) Host cost space (cH,I cH,G, relative to the fitness loss to the host of successful infection, αH), showing the conditions under which host genotypes interacting with pathogen genotype VIAG can be invaded by other host genotypes (Table 2).
Figure S2. Effect of recombination on host and pathogen genotype frequencies from Region Bii of Fig 4.
Figure S3. As in Fig S2, but from Region Biv of Fig 4.
Figure S4. Coevolutionary host and parasite trajectories of the multi-locus, where cH,I = 0.5, cP,I = 0.1 and cP,G = 0.3. (A) host GFG costs > IGFG costs (cH,G = 1), (B) host GFG costs = IGFG costs cH,G = 0.5, (C) host GFG costs < IGFG costs cH,G = 0.1.
Figure S5. Composite figures showing outcome of differential host resistance across the IGFG and GFG stages (σI ≠ σG).
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