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Multicellularity makes somatic differentiation evolutionarily stable

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Oct 25, 2014

Mary Elizabeth Wahl, Andrew Wood Murray

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Many multicellular organisms produce two cell lineages: germ cells, whose descendants form the next generation, and somatic cells which support, protect, and disperse the germ cells. This distinction has evolved independently in dozens of multicellular taxa but is absent in unicellular ...read more

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  • Multicellularity makes somatic differentiation evolutionarily stable

    bioRxiv

    Oct 25, 2014

    Mary Elizabeth Wahl, Andrew Wood Murray

    PMID: 990010728

    DOI: 10.1101/010728

    Abstract

    Many multicellular organisms produce two cell lineages: germ cells, whose descendants form the next generation, and somatic cells which support, protect, and disperse the germ cells. This distinction has evolved independently in dozens of multicellular taxa but is absent in unicellular ...read more

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    Gene Expression
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    Mutant
    Multicellular Process
    Mutant Proteins
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    1
    1

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