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Longitudinal dynamics of co-infecting gastrointestinal parasites in a wild sheep population – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 March 2022

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Fig. 1. Decomposing relationships among coinfecting parasite infection in wild populations. Colours represent individual animals. (A&E) Positive and negative phenotypic correlations may be driven by multiple non- exclusive processes. (B&F) Correlation of infection with two parasites driven entirely by among-individual processes and covariance in individual means of both, likely due to interindividual variation in factors such as genotype or immunity which impact host susceptibility to both (B) or one (F) parasite, facilitating indirect interaction between parasites in competition. (C&G) Correlation of infection with two parasites driven entirely by within-individual processes and covariance in deviations from means in the same (C) or opposite (G) direction for both parasites, likely induced by fluctuating environmental conditions. It is also likely in wild systems that multiple factors shape relationships among parasites, which can result in positive (D) or negative (H) correlations shaped by within-and between-host processes.

References

Sweeny, AR, Corripio-Miyar, Y, Bal, X, Hayward, AD, Pilkington, JG, McNeilly, TN, Nussey, DH and Kenyon, F. Longitudinal dynamics of co-infecting gastrointestinal parasites in a wild sheep population. Parasitology. Published by Cambridge University Press, 10 March 2022. doi: 10.1017/ S0031182021001980.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Fig. 1. Decomposing relationships among coinfecting parasite infection in wild populations. Colours represent individual animals. (A&E) Positive and negative phenotypic correlations may be driven by multiple non- exclusive processes. (B&F) Correlation of infection with two parasites driven entirely by among-individual processes and covariance in individual means of both, likely due to interindividual variation in factors such as genotype or immunity which impact host susceptibility to both (B) or one (F) parasite, facilitating indirect interaction between parasites in competition. (C&G) Correlation of infection with two parasites driven entirely by within-individual processes and covariance in deviations from means in the same (C) or opposite (G) direction for both parasites, likely induced by fluctuating environmental conditions. It is also likely in wild systems that multiple factors shape relationships among parasites, which can result in positive (D) or negative (H) correlations shaped by within-and between-host processes.