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Geometry shapes evolution of early multicellularity

bioRxiv

Mar 30, 2014

Eric LibbyBen Kerr

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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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Labor (Childbirth)
Anatomical Space Structure
Mechanism of Cell Death
Organism
Reproduction
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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Snowflake Retinal Degeneration
Yeasts
Cell Count
5
2
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Geometry shapes evolution of early multicellularity

bioRxiv

Mar 30, 2014

Eric LibbyBen Kerr

PMID: 990003673

DOI: 10.1101/003673

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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Labor (Childbirth)
Anatomical Space Structure
Mechanism of Cell Death
Organism
Reproduction
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Shapes
Snowflake Retinal Degeneration
Yeasts
Cell Count
5
2

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