Monthly Archives: February 2014

Genome-wide signatures of convergent evolution in echolocating mammals (Parker et al., 2013)

Phenotype convergence is a fascinating topic in evolution. Usually species evolve by divergence, starting from a common ancestor and then developing different genomic changes that lead to different phenotypes. which are then selected by the environment. Nevertheless, it has been … Continue reading

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Articles to discuss in Genomics, Ecology and Evolution spring 2014

The student votes are in (see previous post), and here is the schedule of our 8 papers to discuss this semester in our tutorial Genomes, Ecology, Evolution, etc. Feb 21: Parker et al. 2013 Genome-wide signatures of convergent evolution in … Continue reading

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