genetic colonization

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genetic colonization

genetic colonization

genetic colonization

Genetic aspects of the worldwide colonization process of Ceratitis capitata

Rapid loss of genetic variation in a founding population of Primula elatior (Primulaceae) after colonization

Ultrastructural and genetic characteristics of endolithic cyanobacterial biofilms colonizing Antarctic granite rocks

Genetic Diversity and Antimicrobial Resistance in Group B Streptococcus Colonizing Young, Nonpregnant Women

Diverse spore rains and limited local exchange shape fern genetic diversity in a recently created habitat colonized by long-distance dispersal

Colonization and Persistence of Urban Ant Populations as Revealed by Joint Estimation of Kinship and Population Genetic Parameters

Genetic Structure and Colonization History of the Fruit Fly Bactrocera tau (Diptera: Tephritidae) in China and Southeast Asia

Identification of a Genetic Determinant in Clinical Enterococcus faecium Strains That Contributes to Intestinal Colonization During Antibiotic Treatment

Genetic Switch to Hypervirulence Reduces Colonization Phenotypes of the Globally Disseminated Group A Streptococcus M1T1 Clone

Streptococcus pyogenes Biofilm Growth In Vitro and In Vivo and Its Role in Colonization, Virulence, and Genetic Exchange

European Colonization, Not Polynesian Arrival, Impacted Population Size and Genetic Diversity in the Critically Endangered New Zealand Kākāpō

Diversification in continental island archipelagos: new evidence on the roles of fragmentation, colonization and gene flow on the genetic divergence of Aegean Nigella (Ranunculaceae)

Population Genetic Structure and Colonization Sequence of Drosophila subobscura in the Canaries and Madeira Atlantic Islands as Inferred by Autosomal, Sex-Linked and mtDNA Traits


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Introduction of genetic material from a parasite into a host, thereby inducing the host to synthesize products that only the parasite can use. See Agrobacterium tumefaciens, opine.

Subjects: Chemistry — Genetics and Genomics.

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