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  1. Figure 13.1 Driven to Suicide

  2. Figure 13.2 Enslaved by a Fungus

  3. Figure 13.2 Enslaved by a Fungus

  4. Figure 13.2 Enslaved by a Fungus (Part 1)

  5. Figure 13.2 Enslaved by a Fungus (Part 2)

  6. Figure 13.3 The Human Body as Habitat

  7. Figure 13.4 Many Species Are Host to More Than One Parasite Species

  8. Figure 13.5 Ectoparasites

  9. Figure 13.6 Endoparasites

  10. Figure 13.6 Endoparasites (Part 1)

  11. Figure 13.6 Endoparasites (Part 2)

  12. Figure 13.6 Endoparasites (Part 3)

  13. Table 13.1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in or on a Host

  14. Figure 13.7 Nonspecific Plant Defenses

  15. Figure 13.7 Nonspecific Plant Defenses

  16. Figure 13.8 Using Plants to Fight Parasites

  17. Figure 13.9 Life Cycle of the Malaria Parasite, Plasmodium

  18. Figure 13.9 Life Cycle of the Malaria Parasite, Plasmodium

  19. Figure 13.10 Coevolution of the European Rabbit and the Myxoma Virus

  20. Figure 13.10 Coevolution of the European Rabbit and the Myxoma Virus

  21. Figure 13.10 Coevolution of the European Rabbit and the Myxoma Virus (Part 1)

  22. Figure 13.10 Coevolution of the European Rabbit and the Myxoma Virus (Part 2)

  23. Figure 13.11 Adaptation by Parasites to Local Host Populations

  24. Figure 13.11 Adaptation by Parasites to Local Host Populations

  25. Figure 13.11 Adaptation by Parasites to Local Host Populations (Part 1)

  26. Figure 13.11 Adaptation by Parasites to Local Host Populations (Part 2)

  27. Figure 13.12 Parasites Infect Common Host Genotypes More Easily Than Rare Genotypes

  28. Figure 13.12 Parasites Infect Common Host Genotypes More Easily Than Rare Genotypes

  29. Figure 13.13 A Cost of Virulence

  30. Figure 13.13 A Cost of Virulence

  31. Figure 13.13 A Cost of Virulence (Part 1)

  32. Figure 13.13 A Cost of Virulence (Part 2)

  33. Figure 13.14 Parasites Can Reduce Host Reproduction

  34. Figure 13.14 Parasites Can Reduce Host Reproduction

  35. Figure 13.14 Parasites Can Reduce Host Reproduction (Part 1)

  36. Figure 13.14 Parasites Can Reduce Host Reproduction (Part 2)

  37. Figure 13.15 Parasites Can Reduce Their Host’s Geographic Range

  38. Figure 13.15 Parasites Can Reduce Their Host’s Geographic Range

  39. Figure 13.15 Parasites Can Reduce Their Host’s Geographic Range (Part 1)

  40. Figure 13.15 Parasites Can Reduce Their Host’s Geographic Range (Part 2)

  41. Figure 13.16 Parasite Removal Reduces Host Population Fluctuations

  42. Figure 13.16 Parasite Removal Reduces Host Population Fluctuations

  43. Figure 13.16 Parasite Removal Reduces Host Population Fluctuations (Part 1)

  44. Figure 13.16 Parasite Removal Reduces Host Population Fluctuations (Part 2)

  45. Figure 13.16 Parasite Removal Reduces Host Population Fluctuations (Part 3)

  46. Figure 13.17 Parasites Can Alter the Outcome of Competition

  47. Figure 13.17 Parasites Can Alter the Outcome of Competition

  48. Figure 13.18 Parasites Can Alter the Physical Environment

  49. Figure 13.18 Parasites Can Alter the Physical Environment

  50. Figure 13.18 Parasites Can Alter the Physical Environment (Part 1)