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The Year in Evolutionary Biology (3)

Edited by Edited by Timothy A. Mousseau (University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina) and Charles W. Fox (University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky)
The Year in Evolutionary Biology (3)

Published: June 2013

Volume 1289

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The fifth installment of The Year in Evolutionary Biology includes reviews on gene loss, thermogenesis, and the origin of birds; the nine-spined stickleback (Pungitius pungitius), an emerging model for evolutionary biology; the evolutionary consequences of interspecific aggression; specific-gene studies of evolutionary mechanisms in an age of genome-wide surveying; and biodiversity and evolutionary history: useful extensions of the phylogenetic diversity assessment framework.