Mancera and colleagues examine the evolution of the regulatory circuitry involved in biofilm formation in candida albicans and closely related species using a combination of genomics approaches that they apply in a comparative manner across closely related species they show that some features of this network have changed significantly while others are conserved this work contributes to a . In the spring the nematodes molt to the resistant j4 stage and invade the beetle to be dispersed to neighboring trees the ability of the nematode to be dispersed by an insect allows them to spread rapidly from tree to tree a process which can quickly destroy a forest mamiya 1983 this nematode is thought to be indigenous to the unitied states where all of the native trees are resistant to . Molecular biology is currently being revolutionized by whole genome sequencing of individual microbes as well as entire microbial communities a field known as metagenomics wooley and others 2010 these new advances are also being complemented by our increasing understanding of gene expression and metabolism at the level of individual cells and complex microbial communities such as those
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