Trends in Ecology and Evolution

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rends in Ecology & Evolution (TREE) provides succinct updates, opinions, and discussions on the most exciting current research in all aspects of ecology and evolutionary biology, from molecular to global. Every issue of TREE contains brief, readable Review and Opinion articles that keep readers up to date on the latest trends, important developments, and new ideas both within and outside their specialist area. Review and Opinion articles are commissioned from leading scientists and are then subj

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