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Ancient DNA diagram by Henry Nicholls, PLOS Biology
Henry Nicholls, PLOS Biology

Ancient DNA sequences are able to offer valuable insights into molecular evolutionary processes, but are notoriously difficult to analyze due to molecular damage and exogenous dna contamination. Discover the latest research on Ancient DNA here.

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bioRxiv

Exon probe sets and bioinformatics pipelines for all levels of fish phylogenomics

bioRxivFebruary 19, 2020
Lily C. HughesRicardo Betancur-R.
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Genome Biology and Evolution

An ancient baboon genome demonstrates long-term population continuity in southern Africa

Genome Biology and EvolutionFebruary 6, 2020
Iain MathiesonGenevieve Dewar
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Annual Review of Plant Biology

Desiccation Tolerance: Avoiding Cellular Damage During Drying and Rehydration

Annual Review of Plant BiologyFebruary 11, 2020
Melvin J OliverJ Derek Bewley
bioRxiv

Hnrnpul1 loss of function affects skeletal and limb development

bioRxivFebruary 4, 2020
Danielle L BlackwellSarah J Childs
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bioRxiv

Heimdallarchaeota harness light energy through photosynthesis

bioRxivFebruary 20, 2020
Rui LiuChaomin Sun
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Trends in Plant Science

Tropical Trees as Time Capsules of Anthropogenic Activity

Trends in Plant ScienceFebruary 11, 2020
Victor Lery Caetano-AndradePatrick Roberts
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