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The difference in the instantaneous rate of mortality (i.e., hazard ratio) for uninfected wood frog (<i>Lithobates sylvaticus</i>) tadpoles that were co-housed with infected tadpoles at three durations and three known ranavirus infection prevalence levels.

By Matthew J. Gray (347538), Jennifer A. Spatz (4919383), E. Davis Carter (4919380), Christian M. Yarber (4919386), Rebecca P. Wilkes (542667) and Debra L. Miller (183620)

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<p>The difference in the instantaneous rate of mortality (i.e., hazard ratio) for uninfected wood frog (<i>Lithobates sylvaticus</i>) tadpoles that were co-housed with infected tadpoles at three durations and three known ranavirus infection prevalence levels.</p

Topics: Microbiology, Biotechnology, Ecology, Immunology, Cancer, Infectious Diseases, Computational Biology, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, ranaviru, individual, processing wood frog, animal populations Human-mediated disease outbreaks, tadpoles, human-induced disease outbreaks, pathogen, co-housing infection prevalence, biosecurity practices, mortality
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0193243.t003
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/5958253
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