How microbes "jeopardize" the modern synthesis

PLOS Genetics 5 (15):e1008166 (2019)
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This editorial introduces a series of review articles concerning the ways in which recent work on microbial evolution has both deepened and challenged the modern synthesis. The authors develop a framework for thinking about theory change in biology.



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Rose Novick
University of Washington
W. Doolittle
Dalhousie University

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