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BackgroundBiotic interactions are ubiquitous and require information from ecology, evolutionary biology, and functional genetics… Expand BackgroundInterspecific interactions have long been assumed to play an important role in diversification. Mutualistic… Expand Abstract Most plants are pollinated passively, but active pollination has evolved among insects that depend on ovule… Expand BackgroundTo date, biologists have discovered a large amount of valuable information from assembled genomes, but the abundant… Expand As one of the most specialized pollination syndromes, the fig (Ficus)–fig wasp (Agaonidae) mutualism can shed light on how… Expand Ten microsatellite loci were isolated and characterized for Ceratosolen fusciceps, the pollinating wasp of Ficus racemosa, based… Expand A new species of fig wasp, Ceratosolen (Ceratosolen) polyodontos n. sp., is described from females captured at Los Banos, Luzon… Expand The climatic oscillations of the last glacial period have had profound influences on the demography and levels of genetic… Expand The interaction between figs and fig pollinators is one of the most species-specific mutualisms. Recently, phylogenies of both… Expand The 14 species of Ficus of the subgenus Sycomorus (Moraceae) are invariably pollinated by Ceratosolen species (Hym. Chalcidoidea… Expand