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Evolution of sex determining mechanisms
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The Evolution of Cooperation
Darwin recognized that natural selection could not favor a trait in one species solely for the benefit of another species. The modern, selfish‐gene view of the world suggests that cooperation betweenExpand
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Population and evolutionary dynamics of phage therapy
Following a sixty-year hiatus in western medicine, bacteriophages (phages) are again being advocated for treating and preventing bacterial infections. Are attempts to use phages for clinical andExpand
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A Likelihood Ratio Test to Detect Conflicting Phylogenetic Signal
Molecular data are commonly used to reconstruct the evolutionary histories of organ- isms. However, evolutionary reconstructions from different molecular data sets sometimes conflict. It is generallyExpand
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Chromosomes ofElaphe subocularis (Reptilia: Serpentes), with the description of an in vivo technique for preparation of snake chromosomes
34 von 35 Schlangenarten, die bei uns geprüft wurden, haben eine doppelte Nummer 36. Nur eine Art,Elaphe subocularis, hat eine doppelte Nummer 40. Die Chromosomen vonE. subocularis, E. obsoleta, E.Expand
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Fighting change with change: adaptive variation in an uncertain world
Organisms live in an ever-changing world. Most of evolutionary theory considers one solution to this problem: population-level adaptation. In fact, empirical studies have revealed an enormous varietyExpand
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Phage Therapy Revisited: The Population Biology of a Bacterial Infection and Its Treatment with Bacteriophage and Antibiotics
Phage therapy is the use of bacterial viruses (bacteriophage) to treat bacterial infections. It has been practiced sporadically on humans and domestic animals for nearly 75 yr. Nevertheless, phageExpand
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A critique of methods for measuring life history trade‐offs
Constraints have important effects on the evolution of life history strategies, but several difficulties have been encountered in determining constraints empirically. Here we investigate methods forExpand
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Sex determination: Are two mechanisms better than one?
  • J. J. Bull
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Biosciences
  • 11 June 2008
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