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This implies that larvae in the external environment retain some memory of the within-host conditions (Crook and Viney, 2005). One possibility is that the parasitic female worms (mothers of the larvae) measure the host anti-S. ratti immune response and epigenetically set this information in their progeny. Alternatively, there may be factors passed in the host faeces that effectively transmit information of within-host conditions to worms developing outside of the hosts. Either possibility also means that S.
Early in infection there is no difference between isofemale lines in their fecundity; differences are only seen later in infection when the host is mounting an anti-S. ratti immune response. The parasite trait (fecundity) is plastic with Life-history Plasticity and Responses to Host Defence respect to the environment (host immune response; Paterson and Viney, 2003). The fact that different isofemale lines have different fecundities later in infection means that there is variation in the degree of phenotypic plasticity – for the same change in the environment (host immune status) there are differences in the effect on worm fecundity.
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