Fundamental shift in vitamin B12 eco-physiology of a model alga demonstrated by experimental evolution

@article{Helliwell2015FundamentalSI,
  title={Fundamental shift in vitamin B12 eco-physiology of a model alga demonstrated by experimental evolution},
  author={Katherine Emma Helliwell and Sin{\'e}ad Collins and Elena Kazamia and Saul Purton and Glen L. Wheeler and Alison G Smith},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={9},
  pages={1446-1455}
}
A widespread and complex distribution of vitamin requirements exists over the entire tree of life, with many species having evolved vitamin dependence, both within and between different lineages. Vitamin availability has been proposed to drive selection for vitamin dependence, in a process that links an organism’s metabolism to the environment, but this has never been demonstrated directly. Moreover, understanding the physiological processes and evolutionary dynamics that influence metabolic… CONTINUE READING

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