tenaillon

tenaillon

(tɪˈnæljən)
n
(Fortifications) fortifications an outwork shoring up a ravelin
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Dr Olivier Tenaillon who led this study commented, "Our study shows that antibiotic resistance can occur even in the absence of antibiotics and that, depending on the type of bacteria, and growth conditions, rather than being costly to maintain can be highly beneficial.
Touchon M, Hoede C, Tenaillon O, Barbe V, Baeriswyl S, Bidet P, et al.
bottleneck), and sampling from multiple populations (Slatkin, 2008; Tenaillon et al.
Silander OK, Tenaillon O, Cundrstanding L (2007) The evolutionary fate of finite populations: the dynamics of mutational effects.
Bjedov I, Tenaillon O, Gerard B, Souza V, Denamur E, Radma M, Taddei F, Matic I (2003) Stress-induced mutagenesis in bacteria.
The first LD extent in maize was determined by Tenaillon et al.