Hidden paths to endless forms most wonderful: Parasite-blind diversification of host quality

Lisa Freund, Marie Vasse & Gregory J. Velicer
Evolutionary diversification can occur in allopatry or sympatry, can be driven by selection or unselected, and can be phenotypically manifested immediately or remain latent until realised in a newly encountered environment. Diversification of host-parasite interactions is frequently studied in the context of intrinsically selective coevolution, but the potential for host-parasite interaction phenotypes to diversify latently during parasite-blind host evolution is rarely considered. Here we use a social bacterium experimentally adapted to several environments in the...
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