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Cell 22 Feb 19
Single-cell analysis reveals cell type-specific molecular sex differences in neurons, highlighting a connection between sexual at levels of molecules, cells, circuits, and behavior. from the Weizhe Hong lab
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Curtis R. Horne Jan 15
For fellow fish nerds 🤓 NEW PAPER in Proc B explores the and drivers of in >600 species, from to ! Should also make a great resource! 🐠🐟🦈
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Curtis R. Horne Jun 11
NEW PAPER: From to , we investigate patterns in across a broad range of species and environmental gradients (, , variation).
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Santhosh Karanth Sep 6
signaling and action in humans. Some clues here, more to come on in transcriptional regulation of amino acid . A collaboration with and our lab . Full link here
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Matthew Tucker 6 Sep 17
@pllthuy big fruits have mucilaginous seeds, small not! All seeds fertile! Aethionema
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ScienceOpen 29 Apr 19
A recent author summary on : ‘Sexual of tissues in modern human ’.
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Adam Van Arsdale 13 Jan 17
I dust off my blog to comment on the recent back and forth between and Coyne on human :
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Derrick 17 Jul 15
Replying to @MollyOstertag
Are male ants showy-er? Happens a lot in birds so curious about ants. , am I right?
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Curtis R. Horne Dec 10
bound for . Tomorrow I'll be presenting our recently accepted work exploring the patterns and drivers of sexual in , from sticklebacks to sharks! Come say hi 🙂
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Scott P. Egan Sep 13
A day in the life of a live tree: in the genus Brasema (Eupelmidae) reared from the leaf of Belonocnema treatae. Example of sexual , where females are yellow with green head and males are entirely green (see panel B). PC:
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dr tia-lynn ashman Oct 17
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Dev R Paudel Jan 31
Replying to @Cornell
Travel award winner of Brennan Hyden identified candidate genes related to sex determination and in shrub .
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iobjournal@sicb.org Oct 15
"Several features related to shelter defense are monomorphic in species where both sexes inhabit shelters, but dimorphic where only males occupy shelters." Philip A Hastings 
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AJP-GI 5 Sep 18
Featured, . "This study suggests that enterohepatic circulation of bile acids might be one of the factors that can affect sex in development, which underlines the importance of including female models in NAFLD research field."
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Kim Landsbergen 23 Mar 19
Glorious in mammoth Goliath as seen in the @mbdatosu
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Kylie Cantwell Feb 8
Replying to @duyguucar
Does this type of account for why so many diseases are more prevalent in women? & , for example.
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Hymenoptera Journal Jan 8
Fighting fig have developed male . The present study also confirms that the way their bodies have evolved differs between genera. See: .
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Animal Ecology Uppsala 15 Sep 14
NEW ONLINE by Berger et al "Multivariate intralocus sexual conflict in seed beetles"
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Xavi Bros 26 May 18
New footprints of ("Lucy") suggest an important and, may be, a sexual behaviour
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Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society Jun 13
Only skin deep: differences in skin thickness between male and female white-lipped (Litoria infrafrenata) don't manifest a functional difference, but are due to sexual in body size. See the full article in our June issue!
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