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The concept of the hologenome, an epigenetic phenomenon, challenges aspects of the modern evolutionary synthesis.
John Tyler Bonner's call to re-evaluate evolutionary theory in light of major transitions in life on Earth (e.g., from the first origins of microbial life to the evolution of sex, and the origins ofExpand
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Trends of the Large Marine Ecosystem assessment and management approach as reflected in the literature
Abstract The advancement and expansion of a scientific field depends on its ability to organize its findings and establish a basis in the professional literature. In late 2015, a review wasExpand
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A review of intergovernmental collaboration in ecosystem-based governance of the large marine ecosystems of East Asia
Abstract East Asia encompasses six large marine ecosystems (LME): the South China Sea, the Gulf of Thailand, the East China Sea, the Yellow Sea, the Sulu-Celebes Sea, and the Indonesian Sea. DespiteExpand
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Gene expression associated with disease resistance and long-term growth in a reef-building coral
Rampant coral disease, exacerbated by climate change and other anthropogenic stressors, threatens reefs worldwide, especially in the Caribbean. Physically isolated yet genetically connected reefsExpand
Gene expression associated with disease resistance and long-term growth in a reef-building coral
Rampant coral disease, exacerbated by climate change and other anthropogenic stressors, threatens reefs worldwide, especially in the Caribbean. Physically isolated yet genetically connected reefsExpand