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PNAS - Coselected genes determine adaptive variation

PNAS - Coselected genes determine adaptive variation in herbivore resistance throughout the native range of A. thaliana

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Nature Communications - Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbone cycling

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Microbial pathogens infect host cells by delivering virulence factors (effectors) that interfere with defenses. In plants, intracellular...
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Revealing the links between species functional traits, interaction strength and food web structure is of paramount importance for understanding and...
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