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Evolution Letters
New OA journal publishing the best work in evolutionary biology. Jointly owned by ESEB & SSE, published by Wiley-Blackwell.
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Daniel Noble Jan 15
Awesome paper by some awesome colleagues Lehtonen and Schwanz here
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Amy H Jan 16
My new paper out in evolution letters this week!
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Evolution Letters Jan 13
Sexual competition strategies shape patterns of condition-dependent ageing: new paper by Amy Hooper, et al. on Early View:
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SSE Jan 13
Looking for ways to share your excitement about evolution with your students? SSE, ESEB, and EvoKE are hosting a professional development teaching workshop August 18 before in Montpellier. Sign up for updates here!
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Evolution Letters Jan 13
Sexual competition strategies shape patterns of condition-dependent ageing: new paper by Amy Hooper, et al. on Early View:
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Evolution Letters Jan 1
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We look forward to publishing your exciting new evolutionary biology research in 2018!
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Evolution Letters Jan 1
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Not to mention the many insightful stories behind the research and author interviews that have been published on our blog
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Evolution Letters Jan 1
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And finally, in December we published fascinating new research on speciation, cryptic female choice, woolly mammoth population dynamics, & parthenogenesis
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Our fifth issue covered topics including host-parasite evolution, selfish genetic elements, reproductive isolation, and more
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September saw research on fire ant social chromosomes, host protection by parasites, the genomic basis of adaptation in cichlid fish, & the effects of female reproductive investment on male sexual competitiveness
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Evolution Letters Jan 1
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Our third issue included interesting comment & opinion articles on long-term linked selection & the effect of kin selection on honest signalling
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In June we published papers on unconscious selection by people on crops, estimations of spontaneous mutation rates, & olfactory genes associated with host preferences in fruit flies
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Evolution Letters Jan 1
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Our first ever issue revealed transgenerational effects of sperm storage, links between speciation & extinction, adaptation across genetic clines, & more
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Evolution Letters Jan 1
Happy New Year from ! 2017 saw our launch, with lots of exciting evolutionary biology research from the beginning. Here are some of the highlights:
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Evolution Letters Dec 23
In our latest author interview, explains how female mussels chemically control sperm success
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Nicola Hemmings Dec 23
Latest blog provides fascinating insight into new research on cryptic female choice & sperm competition in broadcast spawners
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Evolution Letters Dec 23
In our latest author interview, explains how female mussels chemically control sperm success
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Evolution Letters Dec 18
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Evolution Letters Dec 18
Egg chemicals bias sperm competitive success towards compatible males in mussels - new research from Image: fluorescently labelled mussel sperm by Rowan Lymbery
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Evolution Letters Nov 23
In our latest author interview, explains how awkward sexual encounters are maintaining gene flow between mirror image snails
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