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The rate at which mutations are generated is central to the pace of evolution. Although this rate is remarkably similar amongst all cellular organisms, bacterial strains with mutation rates 100 fold greater than the modal rates of their species are commonly isolated from natural sources and emerge in experimental populations. Theoretical studies postulate(More)
Real-time measurements of inorganic (sulfate, nitrate , ammonium, chloride and black carbon (BC)) and organic submicron aerosols (particles with an aerodynamic diameter of less than 1 µm) from a continental background site (Montsec, MSC, 1570 m a.s.l.) in the western Mediter-ranean Basin (WMB) were conducted for 10 months (July 2011–April 2012). An aerosol(More)
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