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Prochlorococcus cyanobacteria are extremely abundant in the oceans, as are the viruses that infect them. How hosts and viruses coexist in nature remains unclear, although the presence of both susceptible and resistant cells may allow this coexistence. Combined whole-genome sequencing and PCR screening technology now enables us to investigate the effect of(More)
The Irano-Turanian distribution zone in the Levant crossroad is fragmented along different phyto- and zoogeographic and climatic regions, a relict of wider distribution in moister conditions during the Pleistocene and the Holocene. We examined the effect of the disjunct Irano-Turanian distribution among distinct mesic and xeric habitats on the genetic(More)
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