Parallelism and Epistasis in the de novo Evolution of Cooperation between Two Species
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CitationDouglas, Sarah Michael. 2014. Parallelism and Epistasis in the de novo Evolution of Cooperation between Two Species. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractResolving the genetic and mechanistic bases of complex biological behaviors remains a central challenge in the post-genomic era. Among these is the emergence of interspecies cooperation, a feature common across levels of biological organization. Of the numerous examples afforded by nature, microbes arguably provide the greatest ability to connect underlying genotypes to cooperative phenotypes.
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