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In a Darwinian process, the cells must outcompete the far more numerous precursor B cells that can mature into those making ineffective antibodies.
Charles Darwin was perhaps the first to posit the idea that introduced species might outcompete natives.
Other algae prefer cooler temperatures, so when waters get warm enough, cyanobacteria begin to outcompete them and take over large areas.
Cancer cells outcompete normal cooperative cells, and evolution takes it from there.
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