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Transposable elements and viruses as factors in adaptation and evolution: an expansion and strengthening of the TE-Thrust hypothesis

Ecology and Evolution

Nov 22, 2012

Keith R Oliver, Wayne K Greene

Abstract

In addition to the strong divergent evolution and significant and episodic evolutionary transitions and speciation we previously attributed to TE-Thrust, we have expanded the hypothesis to more fully account for the contribution of viruses to TE-Thrust and evolution. The concept of symb...read more

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Transposable elements and viruses as factors in adaptation and evolution: an expansion and strengthening of the TE-Thrust hypothesis

Ecology and Evolution

Nov 22, 2012

Keith R Oliver, Wayne K Greene

PMID: 23170223

DOI: 10.1002/ece3.400

Abstract

In addition to the strong divergent evolution and significant and episodic evolutionary transitions and speciation we previously attributed to TE-Thrust, we have expanded the hypothesis to more fully account for the contribution of viruses to TE-Thrust and evolution. The concept of symb...read more

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Acclimatization
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Insecticide Resistance Function
Genomics
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Entire Placenta

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