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Mode and Fidelity of Bacterial Symbiont Transmission and Its Impact on Symbiont Genome Evolution
Mutualistic symbioses have enabled the colonization of novel habitats and niches in a large array of eukaryotic and bacterial taxa. Reliable mechanisms of symbiont transmission between host generations are necessary to ...
The Genetics of Life History Traits in the Fungus Neurospora crassa
The study of life histories is fundamental to understanding why some organisms live for a very short time while others live for a long time, why some produce thousands of offspring while others produce one, or why some ...