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The Pareto principle : to what extent does it apply to resource acquisition in stable microbial communities and thereby steer their geno-/ecotype compositions and interactions between their members?

(2023) ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. 25(7). p.1221-1231
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The Pareto principle, or 20:80 rule, describes resource distribution in stable communities whereby 20% of community members acquire 80% of a key resource. In this Burning Question, we ask to what extent the Pareto principle applies to the acquisition of limiting resources in stable microbial communities; how it may contribute to our understanding of microbial interactions, microbial community exploration of evolutionary space, and microbial community dysbiosis; and whether it can serve as a benchmark of microbial community stability and functional optimality?
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PROTOANEMONIN, PREDICTION, EVOLUTION, GEOMETRY

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Timmis, Kenneth, et al. “The Pareto Principle : To What Extent Does It Apply to Resource Acquisition in Stable Microbial Communities and Thereby Steer Their Geno-/Ecotype Compositions and Interactions between Their Members?” ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 25, no. 7, 2023, pp. 1221–31, doi:10.1111/1462-2920.16438.
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Timmis, K., Verstraete, W., Regina, V. R., & Hallsworth, J. E. (2023). The Pareto principle : to what extent does it apply to resource acquisition in stable microbial communities and thereby steer their geno-/ecotype compositions and interactions between their members? https://doi.org/10.1111/1462-2920.16438
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Timmis, Kenneth, Willy Verstraete, Viduthalai Rasheedkhan Regina, and John E. Hallsworth. 2023. “The Pareto Principle : To What Extent Does It Apply to Resource Acquisition in Stable Microbial Communities and Thereby Steer Their Geno-/Ecotype Compositions and Interactions between Their Members?” ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. https://doi.org/10.1111/1462-2920.16438.
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Timmis, Kenneth, Willy Verstraete, Viduthalai Rasheedkhan Regina, and John E. Hallsworth. 2023. “The Pareto Principle : To What Extent Does It Apply to Resource Acquisition in Stable Microbial Communities and Thereby Steer Their Geno-/Ecotype Compositions and Interactions between Their Members?” ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.16438.
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Timmis K, Verstraete W, Regina VR, Hallsworth JE. The Pareto principle : to what extent does it apply to resource acquisition in stable microbial communities and thereby steer their geno-/ecotype compositions and interactions between their members? Vol. 25, ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. 2023. p. 1221–31.
IEEE
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K. Timmis, W. Verstraete, V. R. Regina, and J. E. Hallsworth, “The Pareto principle : to what extent does it apply to resource acquisition in stable microbial communities and thereby steer their geno-/ecotype compositions and interactions between their members?,” ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 25, no. 7. pp. 1221–1231, 2023.
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  url          = {{http://doi.org/10.1111/1462-2920.16438}},
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