Data from: Phosphorus limitation enhances parasite impact: feedback effects at the population level

Katja Pulkkinen, Marcin W. Wojewodzic & Dag O. Hessen
Background: Nutrient deficiency affects the growth and population dynamics of consumers. Endoparasites can be seen as consumers that drain carbon (C) or energy from their host while simultaneously competing for limiting resources such as phosphorus (P). Depending on the relative demands of the host and the parasite for the limiting nutrient, intensified resource competition under nutrient limitation can either reduce the parasite?s effect on the host or further reduce the fitness of the nutrient-limited host....
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