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DISENTANGLING THE GENETICS OF COEVOLUTION IN POTAMOPYRGUS ANTIPODARUM AND MICROPHALLUS SP.
Theoretical research has consistently demonstrated that host-parasite coevolution is important for many evolutionary transitions such as the evolution of sexual reproduction, ploidy and the evolution of mating systems. In ...
MECHANISMS OF INVASIVE RANGE EXPANSION: PLASTICITY, GENETIC VARIATION, AND EPIGENETIC VARIATION IN A CLONAL SPECIES
Adaptation to novel and changing environmental conditions is crucial for the persistence and range expansion of species in the context of biological invasions and climate change. Investigating the mechanisms by which ...
Characterizing Inhibitory Systems in an Ecological and Evolutionary Context: Reduction and Escape in Phi X 174
Many emerging epidemics of the 20th century are characterized by high viral density in the host, so understanding intraspecific competition could be a key in determining effective treatment strategies. At these high ...