Explaining the sociobiology of pyoverdin producing Pseudomonas: a comment on Zhang and Rainey (2013).

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Over the past decade, there has been enormous interest in understanding the great diversity of microbial cooperative behaviors, including communication, group-based swarming, fruiting-body formation, and the secretion of group-beneficial enzymes and food-scavenging molecules. Zhang and Rainey, henceforth Z&R, recently contended that sociomicrobiologists… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/evo.12311

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@article{Kmmerli2014ExplainingTS, title={Explaining the sociobiology of pyoverdin producing Pseudomonas: a comment on Zhang and Rainey (2013).}, author={Rolf K{\"{u}mmerli and Adin Ross-Gillespie}, journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution}, year={2014}, volume={68 11}, pages={3337-43} }