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Author ID: hudson.peter-j Recent zbMATH articles by "Hudson, Peter J."
Published as: Hudson, P. J.; Hudson, Peter J.
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Documents Indexed: 5 Publications since 1999
Co-Authors: 5 Co-Authors with 5 Joint Publications
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5 Publications have been cited 37 times in 33 Documents Cited by Year
Thresholds for disease persistence in models for tick-borne infections including non-viraemic transmission, extended feeding and tick aggregation. Zbl 1465.92128
Rosà, Roberto; Pugliese, Andrea; Norman, Rachel; Hudson, Peter J.
25
2003
Host exclusion and coexistence in apparent and direct competition: an application of bifurcation theory. Zbl 1115.92312
Greenman, J. V.; Hudson, P. J.
6
1999
Parasite-mediated and direct competition in a two-host shared macroparasite system. Zbl 1036.92032
Greenman, J. V.; Hudson, P. J.
3
2000
Multihost, multiparasite systems: An application of bifurcation theory. Zbl 0935.92031
Greenman, J. V.; Hudson, P. J.
2
1999
The role of non-viraemic transmission on the persistence and dynamics of a tick borne virus-louping ill in red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus) and mountain hares (Lepus timidus). Zbl 1058.92040
Norman, Rachel; Ross, David; Laurenson, M. Karen; Hudson, Peter J.
1
2004
The role of non-viraemic transmission on the persistence and dynamics of a tick borne virus-louping ill in red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus) and mountain hares (Lepus timidus). Zbl 1058.92040
Norman, Rachel; Ross, David; Laurenson, M. Karen; Hudson, Peter J.
1
2004
Thresholds for disease persistence in models for tick-borne infections including non-viraemic transmission, extended feeding and tick aggregation. Zbl 1465.92128
Rosà, Roberto; Pugliese, Andrea; Norman, Rachel; Hudson, Peter J.
25
2003
Parasite-mediated and direct competition in a two-host shared macroparasite system. Zbl 1036.92032
Greenman, J. V.; Hudson, P. J.
3
2000
Host exclusion and coexistence in apparent and direct competition: an application of bifurcation theory. Zbl 1115.92312
Greenman, J. V.; Hudson, P. J.
6
1999
Multihost, multiparasite systems: An application of bifurcation theory. Zbl 0935.92031
Greenman, J. V.; Hudson, P. J.
2
1999

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