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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 Oct 9
Work from (who will be joining us on GSAC in 2019!) et al: Nonclonal coloniality: Genetically chimeric colonies through fusion of sexually produced polyps in the hydrozoan Ectopleura larynx
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Evolution Students Oct 9
Recently published from : Malaria parasites have evolved two different and complementary strategies to cope with daily and annual fluctuations in mosquito availability
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Evolution Students Oct 9
Hague and et al: Large‐effect mutations generate trade‐off between predatory and locomotor ability during arms race coevolution with deadly prey
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Evolution Letters Sep 25
New author blog: describes his experimental evolution approach to understanding how species interactions drive evolutionary adaptation
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Evolution Letters Sep 25
New on EarlyView from : Competitive species interactions constrain abiotic adaptation in a bacterial soil community
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Evolution Letters Sep 25
New author blog: describes his experimental evolution approach to understanding how species interactions drive evolutionary adaptation
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Michael Brockhurst Sep 25
New paper: Evolutionary adaptation is constrained in competitive communities of soil bacteria with in funded by
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Jamie Hall Sep 25
New paper with and . Independent populations of bacteria grown in soil repeatedly acquired mutations in a nutrient scavenging transporter, increasing fitness, but only when grown without a competitor.
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Evolution Letters Sep 25
New on EarlyView from : Competitive species interactions constrain abiotic adaptation in a bacterial soil community
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Evolution Letters Sep 18
Linking Fisher's sexy-son hypothesis with Hamilton's greenbeard effect:
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Evolution Letters Sep 18
Making sense of natural selection on principal component scores:
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L'écologie au CNRS Sep 14
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Evolution Letters Sep 14
Genetic mutations lead to large-scale ecological trade-offs in a deadly predator-prey system:
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Evolution Letters Sep 14
How natural selection and genetic constraint interact to shape adaptive radiations:
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CARTAUCSD Sep 7
Evolution of psychiatric disorders and human personality traits
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Natalie Pilakouta Sep 5
Measuring natural selection on principal component scores: how to do it and what are the caveats
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Evolution Letters Aug 21
New on the blog: The evolution of psychiatric disorders and human personality traits
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Evolution Letters Aug 21
New on EarlyView from @EvolutionKlabois: Positive and balancing selection on SLC18A1 gene associated with psychiatric disorders and human‐unique personality traits
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Natalie Pilakouta Aug 27
A meta‐analysis of the effect of developmental environment on survival senescence (A) and reproductive senescence (B)
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Joel McGlothlin Aug 24
Our paper about evolution along genetic lines of least resistance in Anolis lizards is out in its final form in this month's issue of :
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