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2. Chavhan, Y., Karve, S. & Dey, S. Adapting in larger numbers can increase the vulnerability of Escherichia coli populations to environmental changes. Evolution 73, 836–846 (2019) | Full-text 

3. Chavhan, Y., Ali, S. I. & Dey, S. Larger Numbers Can Impede Adaptation in Asexual Populations despite Entailing Greater Genetic Variation. Evolutionary Biology 46, 1–13 (2019)

4. Karve, S., Daniel, S., Chavhan Y., Anand, A., Kharola, S.S.  & Dey, S. Escherichia coli populations in unpredictably fluctuating environments evolve to face novel stresses through enhanced efflux activity. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28, 1131–1143 (2015) | Full-text

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