Data from: Virus adaptation to quantitative plant resistance: erosion or breakdown?

J. Montarry, E. Cartier, M. Jacquemond, A. Palloix & B. Moury
Adaptation of populations to new environments is frequently costly due to trade-offs between life history traits, and consequently, parasites are expected to be locally adapted to sympatric hosts. Also, during adaptation to the host, an increase of parasite fitness could have direct consequences on its aggressiveness (i.e. the quantity of damages caused to the host by the virus). These two phenomena have been observed in the context of pathogen adaptation to host qualitative and monogenic...
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