The epidemiology of myxomatosis in the Australian wild rabbit
The epidemiology of an infectious disease is usually studied so that remedial or preventive measures can be applied at the most accessible phase of the parasite’s life cycle. Once these measures are applied, the relationship between host and parasite is immediately modified, so that normally it is impossible to follow the evolution of a disease under natural conditions for any length of time. When myxomatosis became established in the Australian wild rabbit five years ago, the economic value of...[Show more]
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