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Geometry shapes evolution of early multicellularity

PLoS Computational Biology

Sep 19, 2014

Eric LibbyBen Kerr

Abstract

Organisms have increased in complexity through a series of major evolutionary transitions, in which formerly autonomous entities become parts of a novel higher-level entity. One intriguing feature of the higher-level entity after some major transitions is a division of reproductive labo...read more

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Saccharomyces cerevisiae allergenic extract
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Labor (Childbirth)
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Geometry shapes evolution of early multicellularity

PLoS Computational Biology

Sep 19, 2014

Eric LibbyBen Kerr

PMID: 25233196

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003803

Abstract

Organisms have increased in complexity through a series of major evolutionary transitions, in which formerly autonomous entities become parts of a novel higher-level entity. One intriguing feature of the higher-level entity after some major transitions is a division of reproductive labo...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Fertility
Mechanism of Cell Death
Apoptosis, Intrinsic Pathway
Saccharomyces cerevisiae allergenic extract
Science of Morphology
Cell Division
Reproduction
Labor (Childbirth)
Face
Weighing Patient
28
1
113

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A thermodynamic theory of microbial growth

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