Consequent Effects of Parasitism on Population Dynamics, Food Webs, and Human Health Under Climate Change
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KeywordsClimate Change Malaria Climate Suitability Parasite Interaction Vector Interaction
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This study was partly supported by Russian Found Basic Research (RFBR, No. 09-04-92104, 10-04-01293), and JSPS to H. Doi.
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