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The Year in Evolutionary Biology (1)

Edited by Edited by Timothy A. Mousseau (University of South Carolina) and Charles W. Fox (University of Kentucky)
The Year in Evolutionary Biology (1)

Published: November 2015

Volume 1360

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The seventh installment of The Year in Evolutionary Biology series includes scholarly reviews on a range of topics, including the evolution of mate choice: a dialogue between theory and experiment; endosymbiont evolution: predictions from theory and surprises from genomes; estimating phylogenetic trees from genome-scale data; neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying behavioral stability and the implications for the evolutionary origin of personality; reproductive mode and the shifting arenas of evolutionary conflict; plasticity and invasiveness in Polygonum cespitosum; and cryptic eco-evolutionary dynamics.