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2022-05-24

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Kara Bell, Seth R. Bordenstein

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Species are fundamental units of biology that exemplify lineage diversification, while symbiosis of microbes and macrobial hosts exemplify lineage unification between the domains of life. While these conceptual differences between speciation and symbiosis often dominate the narrative of the respective fields, Lynn Margulis argued for interconnection between these two subdisciplines of biology in a manner that left a legacy for scholars and students alike to pursue, detail, and discover. The Margulian perspective has always been that host evolutionary processes such as speciation are more impacted by microbial symbioses than typically appreciated. In this article, we present and review the case system that she long envisioned, one in which layers of microbial symbiosis reduce species interbreeding and assist species diversification among a closely related group of small, metallic green, parasitoid wasps from the genus Nasonia. More... »

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