Diversifying evolution of competitiveness

Baldauf S, Engqvist L, Weissing F (2014)
Nature Communications 5.

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Baldauf S, Engqvist L, Weissing F. Diversifying evolution of competitiveness. Nature Communications. 2014;5.
Baldauf, S., Engqvist, L., & Weissing, F. (2014). Diversifying evolution of competitiveness. Nature Communications, 5.
Baldauf, S., Engqvist, L., and Weissing, F. (2014). Diversifying evolution of competitiveness. Nature Communications 5.
Baldauf, S., Engqvist, L., & Weissing, F., 2014. Diversifying evolution of competitiveness. Nature Communications, 5.
S. Baldauf, L. Engqvist, and F. Weissing, “Diversifying evolution of competitiveness”, Nature Communications, vol. 5, 2014.
Baldauf, S., Engqvist, L., Weissing, F.: Diversifying evolution of competitiveness. Nature Communications. 5, (2014).
Baldauf, Sebastian, Engqvist, Leif, and Weissing, Franz. “Diversifying evolution of competitiveness”. Nature Communications 5 (2014).
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