Week in review, 6 December 2014
It’s been a busy week at *The Molecular Ecologist
! Here’s a roundup of our latest posts:*
pointed out a study of compensatory evolution
in yeast, in which natural selection found a way around the loss of many different genes.
described how genetic pedigree reconstruction illuminates the social structure of hamadryas baboons
pointed out a cool new review of isolation-by-environment
, the adaptationist cousin of isolation-by-distance.
went in depth to explain some new data about the evolution of recombination
in the recent ancestors of modern humans.
described methods for genetic detection of exotic gene flow
from forest plantations into populations of native trees.
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