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    • Causes and Consequences of Recombination Rate Variation 

      Smukowski Heil, Caitlin (2014)
      Recombination is the process in which genetic material is exchanged between one's homologous chromosome pairs during egg or sperm development (meiosis). Recombination is necessary for proper segregation of chromosomes during ...
    • Genotyping of Human Lice Suggests Multiple Emergences of Body Lice from Local Head Louse Populations 

      Li, Wenjun; Ortiz, Gabriel; Fournier, Pierre-Edouard; Gimenez, Gregory; Reed, David L; Pittendrigh, Barry; Raoult, Didier (2010)
      Background: Genetic analyses of human lice have shown that the current taxonomic classification of head lice ( Pediculus humanus capitis) and body lice ( Pediculus humanus humanus) does not reflect their phylogenetic ...
    • Molecular Evolution of Anthocyanin Biosynthesis in Morning Glories 

      Des Marais, David Lee (2008-09-26)
      Determining the genetic basis of adaptation has become a central focus of evolutionary biology, and the incorporation of increasingly sophisticated analytical tools from molecular biology has made identifying causal genes ...