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000214452 245__ $$aNon-genetic inheritance and the patterns of antagonistic coevolution
000214452 269__ $$a2012
000214452 260__ $$bBioMed Central$$c2012
000214452 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000214452 520__ $$aAntagonistic species interactions can lead to coevolutionary genotype or phenotype frequency oscillations, with important implications for ecological and evolutionary processes. However, direct empirical evidence of such oscillations is rare. The rarity of observations is generally attributed to inherent difficulties of ecological and evolutionary long-term studies, to weak or absent interaction between species, or to the absence of negative frequency-dependence.
000214452 6531_ $$aBiological Evolution
000214452 6531_ $$aHost-Parasite Interactions
000214452 6531_ $$aModels
000214452 6531_ $$aGenetic
000214452 700__ $$aMostowy, Rafal
000214452 700__ $$aEngelstädter, Jan
000214452 700__ $$0249283$$aSalathé, Marcel$$g263768
000214452 773__ $$j12$$q93$$tBMC evolutionary biology
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