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We thank Mark Robertson, Dan Howard, John Lussenhoop, Roy Plotnick, and Lou Ellen Kay for helpful comments on the manuscript. David Ackerly and an anonymous referee offered immeasurably helpful critical reviews that led to complete reorganization of the presentation for improved clarity and to more correct presentation of evolutionary concepts. Author Gutschick gratefully acknowledges support from the Long-Term Ecological Research Program of the National Science Foundation, USA, award DEB-00R0412. Author BassiriRad gratefully acknowledges the National Science Foundation, USA, award IBN-0213066.

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