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An evolutionarily significant unicellular strategy in response to starvation stress in Dictyostelium social amoebae [v1; ref status: indexed,]

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Darja Dubravcic, Minus van Baalen, Clément Nizak

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When faced with the prospect of starvation, the single-cell amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum joins forces with its neighboring cells, forming a multicellular body that eventually develops into a sac of... Read more ▶
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Early elevated serum gamma glutamyl transpeptidase after liver transplantation is associated with better survival
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Ecological implications of reduced pollen supply in the alpine: a case study using a dominant cushion plant species
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