Data from: Genotype-by-genotype interactions between an insect and its pathogen

Asher I. Hudson, Arietta E. Fleming-Davies, David J. Paez & Greg Dwyer
Genotype-by-genotype (G×G) interactions are an essential requirement for the coevolution of hosts and parasites, but have only been documented in a small number of animal model systems. G×G effects arise from interactions between host and pathogen genotypes, such that some pathogen strains are more infectious in certain hosts and some hosts are more susceptible to certain pathogen strains. We tested for G×G interactions in the gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) and its baculovirus. We infected 21...
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