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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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Evolution Students Jan 8
From et al: A simple model of hybrid fitness for crosses of all types, predicts a wide variety of empirical patterns.
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Evolution Students Jan 7
Work from and : Ageing with a silver‐spoon: A meta‐analysis of the effect of developmental environment on senescence.
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Evolution Students Jan 7
Research from and : Evolving risk of psychiatric disorders and personality traits in human.
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Anne Charmantier Dec 14
How a long term (50 generations!) experimental study on a small snail can teach a lesson on the two best ways to purge deleterious mutations. This is research from the CEFE, and published in
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Marjo Saastamoinen Dec 14
Our new paper on 'Landscape permeability and individual variation in Pgi jointly determine genetic structure in the Glanville fritillary butterfly' is already out for you to enjoy. Thanks for nice collaboration.
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Evolution Letters Dec 6
New on EarlyView from Bontrager & Angert: Gene flow improves fitness at a range edge under climate change
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Evolution Letters Dec 6
New from Miura et al. on EarlyView: Recent lake expansion triggered the adaptive radiation of freshwater snails in the ancient Lake Biwa
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Evolution Letters Dec 6
New on EarlyView from : Landscape permeability and individual variation in a dispersal‐linked gene jointly determine genetic structure in the Glanville fritillary butterfly (photo: Marjo Saastamoinen)
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unifrBiology Nov 28
Evolution of longevity improves immunity in Drosophila
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Evolution Letters Nov 16
New on EarlyView: Accounting for heteroscedasticity and censoring in chromosome partitioning analyses. By Kemppainen &
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Arild Husby Nov 14
If you are using chromosome partitioning analyses it is worth having a look at our recent paper on a new method to reduce bias, just out in ! Open access
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Kathrin Garschall Nov 12
Super excited to share some secrets for a long () life with you!
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Evolution Letters Nov 12
Unravelling the secrets of a long life: our latest author interview with Thomas Flatt of
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Daniel Klaus Fabian Nov 12
Very happy that our paper on the evolution of longevity through improved immunity is out !
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Evolution Letters Nov 12
New on EarlyView from Walsh & McGuigan: Do slower movers have lower reproductive success and higher mutation load? (image source: )
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Evolution Letters Nov 12
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Evolution Letters Nov 5
Replying to @acgerstein @paperpile
Unfamiliar with , so cannot answer your question re citation format. However, house formatting isn't required until acceptance, so as a temporary solution, manuscript could be submitted as is. Yes to embedded figures/tables in submitted version.
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Evolution Letters Oct 24
New on Early View from & : On the importance of time scales when studying adaptive evolution
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Anne Charmantier Oct 24
Our comment on Bosse et al's Science study on GT bill length is published today : There’s lot do still to explain the variation in great tit bill length and its dimorphism, across Europe (see Fig4)
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Evolution Letters Oct 24
New on Early View from & : On the importance of time scales when studying adaptive evolution
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