Annapaola Rizzoli mainly investigates Ecology, Tick, Ixodes ricinus, Aedes and Tick-borne disease. He combines subjects such as Population density and Parasite hosting with his study of Ecology. His Tick research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nymph, Climate change and Roe deer.
His Ixodes ricinus research incorporates themes from Rickettsia helvetica and Borrelia burgdorferi. His studies deal with areas such as Chikungunya, Nuisance and Invasive species as well as Aedes. His work is dedicated to discovering how Tick-borne disease, Ixodes are connected with Zoology and other disciplines.
Annapaola Rizzoli spends much of his time researching Ecology, Zoology, Tick, Ixodes ricinus and Veterinary medicine. He has researched Ecology in several fields, including Population density and Vector. His Zoology research incorporates elements of Rodent and Invasive species.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Tick-borne encephalitis virus, Nymph, Climate change and Tick-borne encephalitis in addition to Tick. While the research belongs to areas of Ixodes ricinus, Annapaola Rizzoli spends his time largely on the problem of Ixodes, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Tick-borne disease. The study incorporates disciplines such as Virus, Seroprevalence and Outbreak in addition to Veterinary medicine.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Zoology, Outbreak, Aedes koreicus and Ixodes ricinus. As part of his studies on Ecology, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Vector. His studies in Zoology integrate themes in fields like Anopheles claviger and Larva.
His Outbreak study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Arbovirus, Oceanic climate, West Nile virus and Time series. The subject of his Ixodes ricinus research is within the realm of Tick. Annapaola Rizzoli has included themes like Tick-borne encephalitis virus, Nymph and Host in his Tick study.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Outbreak, Veterinary medicine, Chikungunya and Dengue fever. His research links Vector with Ecology. The concepts of his Outbreak study are interwoven with issues in Ectromelia, Virus and Clade.
He interconnects Nymph, Anaplasma phagocytophilum and Rickettsia in the investigation of issues within Veterinary medicine. Annapaola Rizzoli focuses mostly in the field of Chikungunya, narrowing it down to topics relating to Aedes and, in certain cases, Environmental health, Invasive species and Environmental resource management. His research integrates issues of Population density, Mosquito control and Population model in his study of Dengue fever.
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Ecology of wildlife diseases
The ecology of wildlife diseases (2002)
Driving forces for changes in geographical distribution of Ixodes ricinus ticks in Europe
Jolyon M. Medlock;Kayleigh M. Hansford;Antra Bormane;Marketa Derdakova.
Parasites & Vectors (2013)
Lyme borreliosis in Europe.
A Rizzoli;H C Hauffe;G Carpi;G I Vourc’h.
Ixodes ricinus and Its Transmitted Pathogens in Urban and Peri-Urban Areas in Europe: New Hazards and Relevance for Public Health
Annapaola Rizzoli;Cornelia Silaghi;Cornelia Silaghi;Anna Obiegala;Anna Obiegala;Ivo Rudolf.
Frontiers in Public Health (2014)
Metagenomic Profile of the Bacterial Communities Associated with Ixodes ricinus Ticks
Giovanna Carpi;Francesca Cagnacci;Nicola E. Wittekindt;Fangqing Zhao.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Empirical evidence for key hosts in persistence of a tick-borne disease.
Sarah E. Perkins;Isabella M. Cattadori;Valentina Tagliapietra;Annapaola P. Rizzoli.
International Journal for Parasitology (2003)
Parasites and host population dynamics.
D. M. Tompkins;P. Arneberg;M. E. Begon;I. M. Cattadori.
The role of host sex in parasite dynamics: field experiments on the yellow‐necked mouse Apodemus flavicollis
Nicola Ferrari;Isabella M. Cattadori;Javier Nespereira;Annapaola Rizzoli.
Ecology Letters (2003)
The challenge of West Nile virus in Europe: knowledge gaps and research priorities
Forest structure and roe deer abundance predict tick-borne encephalitis risk in Italy.
Annapaola Rizzoli;Heidi C. Hauffe;Valentina Tagliapietra;Markus Neteler.
PLOS ONE (2009)
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