Adaptive mutagenesis: a process that generates almost exclusively beneficial mutations
Abstract Adaptive mutations are spontaneous mutations that occur in microorganisms during periods of prolonged stress in non-dividing or very slowly dividing populations and that are specific to the environmental challenge that causes that stress. This article reviews the literature on adaptive muta...
|Published in:||Genetica : an international journal on genetics and evolution, Vol. 102-103 (1998), p. 109-125|
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Genetica : an international journal on genetics and evolution, Vol. 102-103 (1998), p. 109-125
http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1017015815643 (National Licence)