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Wiley Evolution Oct 11
A new study from Evolution Letters finds that sex is determined by XY chromosomes across the radiation of dioecious Nepenthes pitcher plants
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EvoKE Oct 9
The next Congress of the Spanish Society for Evolutionary Biology will take place in Seville, 5-7 February 2020. make sure to check it out - a perfect warm scientific destination for mid-winter 2020 :)
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Rolf Kümmerli Oct 3
Now out: our piece on how receptor-siderophore linkage can prevent cheating in Burkholderia.
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Evolution Letters Oct 3
New on EarlyView: Distinct genomic signals of lifespan and life history evolution in response to postponed reproduction and larval diet in Drosophila
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Wiley Evolution Oct 3
New research from journal Evolution Letters reveals a surprising finding for a Tightly linked antagonistic‐effect loci underlie polygenic phenotypic variation in C. elegans
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Evolution Letters Oct 3
New on EarlyView: Sex is determined by XY chromosomes across the radiation of dioecious Nepenthes pitcher plants
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Evolution Letters Oct 3
New on EarlyView: Genetic architecture constrains exploitation of siderophore cooperation in the bacterium Burkholderia cenocepacia by Sathe et al.
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Wiley Evolution Oct 1
A brand new article from finds that selfing ability and drift load evolve with range expansion
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EvoKE Sep 28
The Electoral Committee of EvoKE is pleased to announce the results of the Board election! Meet the new Board members: Olaf R.P. Bininda-Emonds, Héloïse D. Dufour, Tania Jenkins, Evangelia Mavrikaki, Teresa Nogueira, Xana Sá Pinto & James D. Williams! (1/2)
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AlfredoSanchez-Tojar Sep 27
Our paper comparing several sperm traits among male house of different ages and from 2 populations: a wild () & a captive one () is now out in Journal of Evolutionary Biology (). Check it out!
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EMPSEB 26 Sep 26
The committee is thrilled to announce that will be held in Muckross Park Hotel in the heart of Killarney National Park, Co. Kerry (photos by ) We look forward to seeing you all there next year!
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Evolution Letters Sep 24
Infection in patchy populations: Contrasting pathogen invasion success and dispersal at varying times since host colonization New on by , , &
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EvoKE Sep 24
Only 2 days left to the biggest gig in evolution education and outreach! EvoKE 2019 starts in Split for 4 days of knowledge sharing and inspiration. Pass this info to your Croatian friends: there's also an outreach event for all
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EvoKE Sep 20
Would you like to inspire next generations of evolution educators and promoters? Would see yourself as an organiser of the next amazing EvoKE meeting in 2021? If yes - check out our call for expressions of interest in organising the next EvoKE meeting:
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Wiley Evolution Sep 18
We are pleased to announce that has been accepted into the Science Citation Index! Discover the latest research from Evolution Letters here.
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PeerComInEvolBiol Sep 18
PCI_EvolBiol has received the official support of ESEB! Thanks to the council --> The main scientific societies in Evol Biol (, , , ...) are with us! cf which institutions support us
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Andrew J. Crawford Sep 18
Please RT: Due to a cancelation, I need a Europe-based genomics prof or postdoc to teach part of hands-on workshop (2-8 days) mid-November on fabulous Caribbean Coast of 🇨🇴, all expenses paid by award. Preferably in phylogenomics. Please DM me.
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Wiley Ecology Sep 20
Read the original research paper on how & (cetaceans) brains evolved, showing evidence of co-evolution, a pattern of brain that is convergent with primates. Published in the Journal of Evolutionary Biology 🐬🐳
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ESEB2019 Sep 17
Thanks to the 407 people who gave us feedback about . We got valuable feedback for future organisers. Overall, it seems people enjoyed the meeting, which is great!
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EvolDir Sep 15
Fwd: Other: ESEB Equal Opportunities Initiative Fund - Deadline 31 Oct
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