Data from: An experimental test of the transmission−virulence trade-off hypothesis in a plant virus

Juliette Doumayrou, Astrid Avellan, Rémy Froissart & Yannis Michalakis
The transmission–virulence trade-off hypothesis is one of the few adaptive explanations of virulence evolution, and assumes that there is an overall positive correlation between parasite transmission and virulence. The shape of the transmission–virulence relationship predicts whether virulence should evolve toward either a maximum or to an intermediate optimum. A positive correlation between each of these traits and within-host growth is often suggested to underlie the relationship between virulence and transmission. There are few experimental tests...
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