Incorporating Mating Preferences into a Host-Parasite Model
Mating preferences are incorporated into a host-macroparasite system. Mating preferences of the host and/or parasite can affect the outcome of the host-parasite relationship if certain genotypes of the host are more (or less) affected by the parasite induced death rate than others. Several examples illustrate the situations that can occur.
Braselton, James P., Jacalyn Huband, Lorraine Braselton.
"Incorporating Mating Preferences into a Host-Parasite Model."
Mathematical Biosciences, 192 (1): 1-18.