Recent publications supported by the open access fund include:
Friedline, Anthony, et al. Sterilization of hydrogen peroxide resistant bacterial spores with stabilized chlorine dioxide. AMB Express 2015, 5:24.
Culver, Billy W. and Philip K. Morton. The evolutionary history of Daphniid a-Carbonic Anhydrase within Animalia. International Journal of Evolutionary Biology, Volume 2015.
Wellborn, Gary A. and R. Brian Langerhans. Ecological opportunity and the diversification of lineages. Ecology and Evolution 2015; 5(1): 176-195.
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