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SOLER Juan José

  • Functional and Evolutionary Ecology, Estación Experimental de Zonas Áridas (CSIC), Almería, Spain
  • Behaviour of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Coevolution, Interactions between hosts and infectious agents/vectors, Mutualistic symbionts, Parasites, Resistance/Virulence/Tolerance
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My research lines have been focussed on host-parasite interactions, signalling, and phenotypic characteristics that function in contexts of sexual and parent-offspring communication. Studies on host-parasite interactions were centred in detecting costs of parasitism for hosts and in the evolution of antiparasitic defences and counter-defences for hosts and parasites, respectively. I have also worked on explaining the evolution of immune responses by using comparative and experimental approaches. During the last decade, mi research lines have converged into the study of the role of microorganisms in different evolutionary and ecological contexts including brood parasitism, defences against microparasites, and sexual signalling
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SOLER Juan José

  • Functional and Evolutionary Ecology, Estación Experimental de Zonas Áridas (CSIC), Almería, Spain
  • Behaviour of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Coevolution, Interactions between hosts and infectious agents/vectors, Mutualistic symbionts, Parasites, Resistance/Virulence/Tolerance
  • recommender

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Educational and work
My research lines have been focussed on host-parasite interactions, signalling, and phenotypic characteristics that function in contexts of sexual and parent-offspring communication. Studies on host-parasite interactions were centred in detecting costs of parasitism for hosts and in the evolution of antiparasitic defences and counter-defences for hosts and parasites, respectively. I have also worked on explaining the evolution of immune responses by using comparative and experimental approaches. During the last decade, mi research lines have converged into the study of the role of microorganisms in different evolutionary and ecological contexts including brood parasitism, defences against microparasites, and sexual signalling