Do trade-offs have explanatory power for the evolution of organismal interactions?

Abstract

The concept of a trade-off has long played a prominent role in understanding the evolution of organismal interactions such as mutualism, parasitism, and competition. Given the complexity inherent to interactions between different evolutionary entities, ecological factors may especially limit the power of trade-off models to predict evolutionary change. Here… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01573.x

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@article{Asplen2012DoTH, title={Do trade-offs have explanatory power for the evolution of organismal interactions?}, author={Mark K. Asplen and Emily Bruns and Aaron S David and R. Ford Denison and Brendan Epstein and Matthew C Kaiser and Joe M. Kaser and Christelle Lacroix and Emily K. Mohl and Gina L Quiram and Kristina Prescott and John Stanton-Geddes and John B. Vincent and Peter D Wragg and Georgiana May}, journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution}, year={2012}, volume={66 5}, pages={1297-307} }