Effect of landscape features on the relationship between Ixodes ricinus ticks and their small mammal hosts
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The consequences of land use changes are among the most cited causes of emerging infectious diseases because they can modify the ecology and transmission of pathogens. This is particularly true for vector-borne diseases which depend on abiotic (e.g. climate) and biotic conditions (i.e. hosts and vectors). In this study, we investigated how landscape features affect the abundances of small mammals and Ixodes ricinus ticks, and how they influence their relationship.
From 2012 to 2014, small mammals and questing I. ricinus ticks were sampled in spring and autumn in 24 sites located in agricultural and forest landscapes in Brittany, France. We tested the effects of landscape features (composition and configuration) on the abundances of small mammal species and immature ticks and their relationship. Additionally, we quantified the larval tick burden of small mammals in 2012 to better describe this relationship."
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|keyboard_arrow_right||Titre :||Effect of landscape features on the relationship between Ixodes ricinus ticks and their small mammal hosts|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Type de documentation :||Articles|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Auteur(s) personne(s) :||Butet, Alain , Plantard Olivier, Rantier Yann, Lebert Isabelle, Faille Frédéric, Durand Axelle, Bouju Agnès, Agoulon Albert, Bastian Suzanne, Perez Grégoire|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Date de publication :||20 janvier 2016|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Nombre de pages :||18p|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Editeur(s) :||Biomed Central|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Tags thématiques :||paysage cultivé, forêt, intervention au niveau de la nature et des paysages, modification du paysage, gestion du paysage, aménagement du paysage, mammifère, parasite|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Mots-clés libres :||Agricultural landscape/Apodemus sylvaticus/Ecotone/Forest landscapes/forêts/Host-parasite system/Ixodes ricinus/Myodes glareolus/paysages|
|keyboard_arrow_right||N° d'édition (ISBN,DOI...) :||10.1186/s13071-016-1296-9|
|keyboard_arrow_right||Collection :||Parasites & Vectors|