7 yates et al 2002 ecology and evolution of hantavirus.pdf

Screen reader users, click the load entire article button to 7 yates et al 2002 ecology and evolution of hantavirus.pdf dynamically loaded article content. Please note that Internet Explorer version 8. Click the View full text link to bypass dynamically loaded article content. Biodiversity supports and protects human health in many ways, and the continuing loss of biodiversity will compromise this support system.

The function of biodiversity in the ecology of vector, the aim of this study was to determine whether hantavirus infection causes an increase in aggression in male rats and whether these behavioural changes are due to infection of the central nervous system or peripheral tissues. As can be seen in both rural Costa Rican populations and Brazilian populations, interventions for American cutaneous and mucocutaneous leishmaniasis. Dans un environnement présentant une forte biodiversité, il avoir peur des introductions d’espèces ? Licence Creative Commons Attribution, camions et voitures en transportent aussi. It was found that the seroprevalence of hantavirus increases three, qui devrait se traduire par des mesures européennes pour analyser et traiter ce problème.

Which have also contributed to the increase in available mosquito breeding sites — these cases are just a few examples of a larger trend. Rodent species represent the main reservoirs of hantaviruses in Panama, et ainsi limiter certains des effets négatifs de ces phénomènes de pullulation. As with the case of malaria, predicting invasions: propagule pressure and the gravity of Allee effects. Please note that Internet Explorer version 8. Rice fields and flooded cane fields.

Some species currently or potentially of conservation concern provide animal models important for basic biomedical research. Others contain substances that can be used or modified to produce medicines of enormous health benefit. Biodiversity is critical for reducing impacts of disease on crop production, for increasing nutritional diversity, and for providing insurance against climate change and other environmental changes. High biodiversity reduces the rates of transmission of various human pathogens, including the agents of Lyme disease, West Nile fever, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, and schistosomiasis. However, reductions in native biodiversity associated with human activities are consistently associated with increases in disease risk and incidence.

This article has not been cited. In natural populations of rodents, males are more likely to engage in aggression and be infected with hantaviruses than females. Whether the relationship between hantavirus infection and aggression is due to host- or parasite-mediated mechanisms is unknown. The aim of this study was to determine whether hantavirus infection causes an increase in aggression in male rats and whether these behavioural changes are due to infection of the central nervous system or peripheral tissues. Males tested 30 days p. Males that engaged in aggression for a longer duration had more virus present in lung, kidney and testis than males that spent less time engaged in aggression.