Data from: The effect of diet and time after bacterial infection on fecundity, resistance, and tolerance in Drosophila melanogaster

Megan A. M. Kutzer & Sophie A. O. Armitage
Mounting and maintaining an effective immune response in the face of infection can be costly. The outcome of infection depends on two host immune strategies: resistance and tolerance. Resistance limits pathogen load, while tolerance reduces the fitness impact of an infection. While resistance strategies are well studied, tolerance has received less attention, but is now considered to play a vital role in host–pathogen interactions in animals. A major challenge in ecoimmunology is to understand how...
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