Biochemical evolution in response to intensive harvesting in algae: Evolution of quality and quantity

@inproceedings{Marshall2018BiochemicalEI,
  title={Biochemical evolution in response to intensive harvesting in algae: Evolution of quality and quantity},
  author={Dustin J Marshall and Rebecca J. Lawton and Keyne Monro and Nicholas A Paul},
  booktitle={Evolutionary applications},
  year={2018}
}
Evolutionary responses to indirect selection pressures imposed by intensive harvesting are increasingly common. While artificial selection has shown that biochemical components can show rapid and dramatic evolution, it remains unclear as to whether intensive harvesting can inadvertently induce changes in the biochemistry of harvested populations. For applications such as algal culture, many of the desirable bioproducts could evolve in response to harvesting, reducing cost-effectiveness, but… CONTINUE READING

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