Drivers of marine biodiversity: Tiny, freeloading clams find the key to evolutionary success

Drivers of marine biodiversity: Tiny, freeloading clams find the key to evolutionary success

Posted: 09 Aug 2012 06:03 AM PDT

What mechanisms control the generation and maintenance of biological diversity on the planet? It’s a central question in evolutionary biology. For land-dwelling organisms such as insects and the flowers they pollinate, it’s clear that interactions between species are one of the main drivers of the evolutionary change that leads to biological diversity.
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Posted: 09 Aug 2012 06:03 AM PDT

What mechanisms control the generation and maintenance of biological diversity on the planet? It’s a central question in evolutionary biology. For land-dwelling organisms such as insects and the flowers they pollinate, it’s clear that interactions between species are one of the main drivers of the evolutionary change that leads to biological diversity.
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