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Maximum entropy in ecology
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On testing predictions of species relative abundance from maximum entropy optimisation
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The virtual ecologist approach: simulating data and observers
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The role of resource dispersion in promoting the co-occurrence of dominant and subordinate ant species
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Epigenetic and phenotypic variability in populations of Schistosoma mansoni– a possible kick-off for adaptive host/parasite evolution
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