The evolution of new enzyme function: lessons from xenobiotic metabolizing bacteria versus insecticide-resistant insects
Here, we compare the evolutionary routes by which bacteria and insects have evolved enzymatic processes for the degradation of four classes of synthetic chemical insecticide. For insects, the selective advantage of such degradative activities is survival
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