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It is possible that resource limitation has a differential effect on the different components of the immune system (i.e., there is no correlated response). This could occur if individuals invested strategically in the different components of their immune systems. There could be sensible evolutionary reasons for doing this. There is evidence that limiting access to resources, such as energy or protein, compromises immune defense (e.g., Glick et al., 1981 , 1983 ; Lochmiller et al., 1993 ; Saino et al., 1997b ). As a result, it is possible that investment in one component of the immune system could compromise an animal's ability to invest in other components. Under these circumstances, animals could be forced to optimize their investment in each component, based on selection pressures generated by the important pathogens and parasites their immune systems have to combat. Investment of limited resources in immune system components should reflect the fitness effects on the host imposed by pathogens and parasites controlled by each component. How might such strategic investment influence the relationship between immunocompetence measures and resource limitation?

As resource limitation becomes more severe, investment in immune system components should be altered to maximize fitness for a given resource availability. This could conceivably mean that, as resource limitation increases, investment is initially reduced in one component (A) to maintain the effectiveness of another component (B), especially if component B is crucial in controlling potentially pathogenic infections. Clearly, if the immunocompetence of the host was measured by assessing a single component of the immune system under these circumstances, two different conclusions might be reached. If component A were assessed, it would be concluded that resource limitation reduced immunocompetence. However, if component B were assessed, it would be concluded that resource limitation had no significant effect on immunocompetence.

There is evidence that selection can influence investment in one component of the immune system to the detriment of other components. Artificial selection can be used to produce domestic fowl lines that exhibit high (HA) or low (LA) antibody titers when immunized with sheep erythrocytes ( Seigel and Gross, 1980 ). Gross et al. ( 1980 ) showed that HA birds were significantly less effective at controlling bacterial infections compared with LA birds. Bacterial infections are generally controlled by phagocytosing cells such as heterophils (i.e., innate immunity; Roitt et al., 1998 ), so these results suggest that selection for an improved immune response from a component of the acquired immune system could reduce investment in innate immunity. That is, there could be a trade-off between investment in different immune system components.

If investment in immune system components is shaped by selection in a similar way in wild bird populations, then ecological studies that examine the competence of only a single immune system component run an increased risk of type II statistical errors—failing to reject the null hypothesis that there is no relationship between immunocompetence and life-history decisions. This means that ecologists assessing only a single immune system component should be wary of nonsignificant results. However, significant results can be regarded as reliable evidence that life-history decisions do have consequences for immunocompetence.

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The Polish Formalist School and Russian Formalism

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A comparison of two schools of literary criticism, showing how the Polish Formalist School modified and transcended the original ideas of Russian Formalism.

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January 2004 236 pages 6x9 in Rochester Studies in East and Central Europe ISBN: 9781580461108 Format: Hardback University of Rochester Press BIC DSA, 1DV, 2AB, 3JJ BISAC LIT004130, LIT014000
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