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Plenary Lecture 1: Contingency and convergence in microbial population dynamics

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Understanding Microbial Communities; Function, Structure and Dynamics

I will present some results of long-term laboratory experiments in closed microbial ecosystems. Each system is a small world in itself, with its idiosyncrasies and (hi)story to tell. Local population dynamics is monitored in dozens of replicates. Surprisingly, statistical laws governing the population fluctuations seem to be quite simple. But then, even more controlled experiments are performed…

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