Canonical host-parasite tradeoffs subverted by structural mutations with dual benefits: why phage resistance can bestow increased bacterial fitness (dataset)

Robert Beardmore
Tradeoffs are important for understanding many biological phenomena, including biodiversity maintenance and combating infection. For this reason, research on trait correlations has focused on uncovering tradeoffs and little attention has been paid to other associations, like `tradeups' where traits are positively correlated. But if tradeoffs are common, then tradeups should be as well: if an organism exhibits two tradeoffs whereby traits X and Y tradeoff, so too traits Y and Z, then X and Z...
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