Data from: Host developmental stage effects on parasite resistance and tolerance

Ines Klemme, Paul Vincent Debes, Craig Robert Primmer, Laura Härkönen, Jaakko Erkinaro, Pekka Hyvärinen & Anssi Karvonen
Hosts can defend themselves against parasites by either preventing or limiting infections (resistance), or limiting parasite-induced damage (tolerance). However, it remains underexplored how these defense types vary over host development with shifting patterns of resource allocation priorities. Here, we studied the role of developmental stage on resistance and tolerance in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). This anadromous fish has distinct life stages related to living in fresh and sea water. We experimentally exposed one-year old salmon,...
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