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Genetic drift opposes mutualism during spatial population expansion

bioRxiv

Feb 25, 2014

Melanie JI MuellerAndrew W Murray

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Mutualistic interactions benefit both partners, promoting coexistence and genetic diversity. Spatial structure can promote cooperation, but spatial expansions may also make it hard for mutualistic partners to stay together, since genetic drift at the expansion front creates regions of l...read more

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Genetic drift opposes mutualism during spatial population expansion

bioRxiv

Feb 25, 2014

Melanie JI MuellerAndrew W Murray

PMID: 990003012

DOI: 10.1101/003012

Abstract

Mutualistic interactions benefit both partners, promoting coexistence and genetic diversity. Spatial structure can promote cooperation, but spatial expansions may also make it hard for mutualistic partners to stay together, since genetic drift at the expansion front creates regions of l...read more

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Surface
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Spatial Distribution
Theoretical Study
Yeasts
Symmetry
Size
Cell Growth
Nutrients
1

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