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A citation a day keeps ideas in play

I'm always amazed how badly out-of-date many of my colleagues' publication lists are. Spend a few minutes setting up a Google Scholar page, and you'll always be up-to-date with publications and citations. Here's mine.

My first evolution-themed paper, proposing host sanctions as an explanation for the evolutionary persistence of legume-rhizobia cooperation, was published in 2000.

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