How oak trees affect lyme disease in humans, Biology

How does the production of acorns by oak trees affect Lyme disease in humans? 

When more acorns are produced by oak trees the populations of mice and deer that eat acorns enhances. These causes enhance in the population of ticks that feed on these animals. The ticks carry the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, thus human cases of the disease might also increase.


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