Posts Tagged ‘Molecular Biology And Evolution’

Oops: “A Large Proportion of the Mammalian Genome is Functional”

No sooner had Dan Graur finished his talk at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution this week on how if ENCODE’s conclusion (that much of our genome is functional rather than junk) is true, then evolution is false, but that ENCODE most assuredly is not true, that the human genome… more

Move to Asia split dogs from wolves

UC DAVIS (US) — After originating in the Middle East and Europe, moving south with farmers gave dogs the separation from wolves necessary to develop a distinct genetic profile. Several thousand years after dogs originated in the Middle East and Europ…

Sequencing hundreds of chloroplast genomes now possible

Researchers at the University of Florida and Oberlin College have developed a sequencing method that will allow potentially hundreds of plant chloroplast genomes to be sequenced at once, facilitating studies of molecular biology and evolution in pla…

Europeans got less shaded in stages | Gene Expression

A new paper in Molecular Biology and Evolution, The timing of pigmentation lightening in Europeans, is rather interesting. It’s important because skin pigmentation has been one of the major successes of the first age of human genomics. In 2002 we…

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