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Avoidance of host resistance in the oviposition-site preferences of rose bitterling
Rouchet, Romain1; Smith, Carl1,2,3; Liu, Huanzhang4; Methling, Caroline1; Douda, Karel5; Yu, Dan4; Tang, Qionying4; Reichard, Martin1
2017-10-01
Source PublicationEVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
ISSN0269-7653
Volume31Issue:5Pages:769-783
Abstract

A contemporary outcome of dynamic host-parasite coevolution can be driven by the adaptation of a parasite to exploit its hosts at the population and species levels (parasite specialisation) or by local host adaptations leading to greater host resistance to sympatric parasite populations (host resistance). We tested the predominance of these two scenarios using cross-infection experiments with two geographically distant populations of the rose bitterling, Rhodeus ocellatus, a fish brood parasite of freshwater mussels, and four populations of their mussel hosts (two Anodonta woodiana and two Unio douglasiae populations) with varying degrees of geographic sympatry and local coexistence. Our data support predictions for host resistance at the species level but no effect of local coexistence between specific populations. Rhodeus ocellatus showed a preference for allopatric host populations, irrespective of host species. Host mussel response, in terms of ejection of R. ocellatus eggs, was stronger in the more widespread and abundant host species (A. woodiana) and this response tended to be higher in sympatric populations. These outcomes provide support for the importance of host resistance in bitterling oviposition-site decisions, demonstrating that host choice by R. ocellatus is adaptive by minimizing egg ejections. These findings imply that R. ocellatus, and potentially other bitterling species, may benefit from exploiting novel hosts, which may not possess appropriate adaptive responses to parasitism.

KeywordBrood parasitism Coevolutionary dynamic Egg ejection Host selection Oviposition choice Parasite specialisation
DOI10.1007/s10682-017-9907-2
Funding OrganizationCzech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation
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Language英语
Funding ProjectCzech Science Foundation[13-05872S]
WOS Research AreaEnvironmental Sciences & Ecology ; Evolutionary Biology ; Genetics & Heredity
WOS SubjectEcology ; Evolutionary Biology ; Genetics & Heredity
WOS IDWOS:000410764000012
WOS KeywordFRESH-WATER MUSSELS ; RHODEUS-SERICEUS ; LOCAL ADAPTATION ; SPERM COMPETITION ; UNIONID MUSSELS ; PROXIMATE CUE ; MATE CHOICE ; TRADE-OFFS ; PARASITE ; OCELLATUS
PublisherSPRINGER
Funding OrganizationCzech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation ; Czech Science Foundation
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ihb.ac.cn/handle/342005/31575
Collection水生生物多样性与资源保护研究中心_期刊论文
Corresponding AuthorReichard, Martin
Affiliation1.Acad Sci Czech Republ, Inst Vertebrate Biol, Brno, Czech Republic
2.Univ St Andrews, Sch Biol, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
3.Univ St Andrews, Bell Pettigrew Museum Nat Hist, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
4.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Hydrobiol, Key Lab Aquat Biodivers & Conservat, Wuhan 430072, Hubei, Peoples R China
5.Czech Univ Life Sci Prague, Fac Agrobiol Food & Nat Resources, Dept Zool & Fisheries, Prague, Czech Republic
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Rouchet, Romain,Smith, Carl,Liu, Huanzhang,et al. Avoidance of host resistance in the oviposition-site preferences of rose bitterling[J]. EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY,2017,31(5):769-783.
APA Rouchet, Romain.,Smith, Carl.,Liu, Huanzhang.,Methling, Caroline.,Douda, Karel.,...&Reichard, Martin.(2017).Avoidance of host resistance in the oviposition-site preferences of rose bitterling.EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY,31(5),769-783.
MLA Rouchet, Romain,et al."Avoidance of host resistance in the oviposition-site preferences of rose bitterling".EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY 31.5(2017):769-783.
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