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Plenary Lecture 10: Feedback between microevolution and community structure

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Understanding Microbial Communities; Function, Structure and Dynamics

Community context drives microevolution, and in turn microevolution can drive community structure. Here, we report the real-time feedback between microevolution of an ecologically important and well-studied soil bacterium (Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 ) and the structure and function of the rest of the microbial community in soil.

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