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  1. Morris, J. J., S. E. Papoulis, and R. E. Lenski. 2014. Coexistence of evolving bacteria stabilized by a shared Black Queen function. Evolution 68:2960-2971. (Abstract)[doi:10.5061/dryad.2753k]
  2. Morris, J. J., R. E. Lenski, and E. R. Zinser. 2012. The Black Queen Hypothesis: Evolution of dependencies through adaptive gene loss. mBio 3:e00036-12. (Abstract)[doi:10.5061/dryad.7j8c5s5j]
  3. Hillesland, K. L., G. J. Velicer, and R. E. Lenski. 2009. Experimental evolution of a microbial predator’s ability to find prey. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B 276:459–467. (Abstract)
  4. Hillesland, K. L., R. E. Lenski, and G. J. Velicer. 2007. Ecological variables affecting predatory success in Myxococcus xanthus. Microbial Ecology 53:571-578. (Abstract)
  5. Velicer, G. J., R. E. Lenski, and L. Kroos. 2002. Rescue of social motility lost during evolution of Myxococcus xanthus in an asocial regime. Journal of Bacteriology 184:2719-2727. (Abstract)(Acrobat file)
  6. Lenski, R. E., and G. J. Velicer. 2000. Games microbes play. Selection 1:89-95. (Acrobat file)
  7. Velicer, G. J., L. Kroos, and R. E. Lenski. 2000. Developmental cheating in the social bacterium Myxococcus xanthus. Nature 404:598-601. (Abstract)(Acrobat file)
  8. Velicer, G. J., L. Kroos, and R. E. Lenski. 1998. Loss of social behaviors by Myxococcus xanthus during evolution in an unstructured habitat. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 95:12376-12380. (Abstract)(Acrobat file)

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