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Speciation without separation, self-recognizing roots, understanding evolution key to controlling cancer

Possible incipient sympatric [no-geographic-barrier] ecological speciation in blind mole rats (Spalax) "Up to 40% of the mtDNA diversity was edaphically [soil-type] dependent, suggesting constrained gene flow. "

Genotypic recognition and spatial responses by rice roots "Root systems of the same genotype tended to grow toward each other"

Modelling vemurafenib resistance in melanoma reveals a strategy to forestall drug resistance" "a discontinuous dosing strategy, which exploits the fitness disadvantage displayed by drug-resistant cells in the absence of the drug, forestalls the onset of lethal drug-resistant disease"

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