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Coevolution has been defined as the reciprocal genetic change in interacting species owing to natural selection imposed by each on the other. The process of coevolution between plants and the surrounding biota Á including viruses, fungi, bacteria, nematodes, insects, and mammals Á is considered by many biologists to have generated much of the earth's biological diversity. While much of the discussion on plant coevolution focuses on single plantÁenemy interactions, a wide array of other microdoi:10.1080/17429145.2013.816881 fatcat:tw4l7dinerfxbha7r6otdsayjm