The Emergence of Cooperation from a Single Mutant during Microbial Life-Cycles

14 Jun 2015 Melbinger Anna Cremer Jonas Frey Erwin

Cooperative behavior is widespread in nature, even though cooperating individuals always run the risk to be exploited by free-riders. Population structure effectively promotes cooperation given that a threshold in the level of cooperation was already reached... (read more)

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