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When and how to "go for the genes"
A new special issue of Molecular Ecology, entitled “Detecting selection in natural populations: making sense of genome scans and towards alternative solutions”, is coming down the line, and a few articles from that issue are starting to appear as newly-accepted. Seeing those … Continue reading
Posted in adaptation, association genetics, Molecular Ecology, the journal Tagged opinion, phenotype, QTL 1 Comment
From cats to rats: two studies on domestication and tameness
Anyone who has ever read Charles Darwin is acutely aware of his fascination with domestication – particularly how he fancied fancy pigeons. Darwin drew on his domestication obsession while writing his book, The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, … Continue reading
Posted in adaptation, association genetics, domestication, genomics, methods, next generation sequencing, phylogenetics, quantitative genetics Tagged cats, domestication, eQTL, QTL, rats, tameness Leave a comment