Why is the jack of all trades a master of none? Studying the evolution of inducible defenses in aquatic systems

Uli Steiner, Josh R. Auld

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChemically mediated interactions in aquatic habitats
EditorsChrister Brönmark, Lars-Anders Hansson
PublisherOxford University Press
Publication date2012
Pages172–183
Chapter12
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Steiner, U., & Auld, J. R. (2012). Why is the jack of all trades a master of none? Studying the evolution of inducible defenses in aquatic systems. In C. Brönmark, & L-A. Hansson (Eds.), Chemically mediated interactions in aquatic habitats (pp. 172–183). Oxford University Press.
Steiner, Uli ; Auld, Josh R. / Why is the jack of all trades a master of none? Studying the evolution of inducible defenses in aquatic systems. Chemically mediated interactions in aquatic habitats. editor / Christer Brönmark ; Lars-Anders Hansson . Oxford University Press, 2012. pp. 172–183
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Why is the jack of all trades a master of none? Studying the evolution of inducible defenses in aquatic systems. / Steiner, Uli; Auld, Josh R.

Chemically mediated interactions in aquatic habitats. ed. / Christer Brönmark; Lars-Anders Hansson . Oxford University Press, 2012. p. 172–183.

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Steiner U, Auld JR. Why is the jack of all trades a master of none? Studying the evolution of inducible defenses in aquatic systems. In Brönmark C, Hansson L-A, editors, Chemically mediated interactions in aquatic habitats. Oxford University Press. 2012. p. 172–183