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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 Letters 16h
New on the blog: how predictable is evolution?
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Virginia Tech Science Jul 17
Awesome thread from Assistant Professor about dedication to research and his new paper in .
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Joel McGlothlin Jul 17
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For a quick summary of the paper, check out my post on the blog.
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Joel McGlothlin Jul 17
Our new paper on the role of genetic constraint in the adaptive radiation of anoles is out today in . We're really excited about the results.
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Evolution Letters Jul 17
Shaping evolution: selection versus constraint. Great new piece by on the blog
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Evolution Letters Jul 17
Convergent phenotypic evolution of the visual system via different molecular routes: How Neotropical cichlid fishes adapt to novel light environments. New research on EarlyView from Härer et al Photo: Claudius Kratochwil
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Evolution Letters Jul 17
New on EarlyView: Adaptive radiation along a deeply conserved genetic line of least resistance in Anolis lizards by , , Helen Wright, , , & Photos: &
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Evolution Letters Jul 16
New on EarlyView from : Dramatic evolution of body length due to postembryonic changes in cell size in a newly discovered close relative of Caenorhabditis elegans
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Chris Jiggins Jul 11
Highlights from the first year of include two papers from on inversions in and on paternal effects
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E. Sally Chang Jul 11
A PhD chapter out on the pop gen of a truly weird of method building a hydrozoan colony - polyps that fuse to each other instead of budding! Pretty darn proud and had great fun working with and and a nice experience w/ !
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Evolution Letters Jul 11
New on EarlyView: Decomposing parasite fitness reveals the basis of specialization in a two‐host, two‐parasite system, by Lievens, et al Photo: Fundacionvallesalado (CC-BY-3.0) & Eva Lievens
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Evolution Letters Jul 11
Complex genetic relationships revealed in nonclonal chimeric colonies of the hydrozoan Ectopleura larynx - new research from on EarlyView:
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Wiley Evolution Jul 10
Editors of pick some articles that stand out from their first year of publishing. Read the 1st year anniversary collection here
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Evolution Letters Jul 10
Which papers from our 1st year of publishing really stood out for the editorial board? Find out in our 1st Anniversary Collection: the editors' picks
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Universität Konstanz Jul 9
A team of biologists led by Professor Axel Meyer shows that evolutionary outcomes can be predicted: | Published via ()
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Evolution Letters Jul 6
New on the blog: a natural experiment helps explain when and how species diversify
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Evolution Letters Jun 30
Ecology drives allopatric morphological divergence and sympatric diversification in the Midas cichlid species complex - new research on Early View by et al
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Evolution Letters Jun 30
Ecology drives allopatric morphological divergence and sympatric diversification in the Midas cichlid species complex - new research on Early View by et al
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Evolution Letters Jun 21
New on EarlyView: A note on measuring natural selection on principal component scores, by Chong, Fung, &
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Evolution Letters Jun 21
New author blog by : Measuring selection when you have too many traits that are too correlated
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