Carnival of Evolution #78 is now up. Given Bjørn’s chosen theme for this one, I think I will forego my usual custom of doing a Google Images search to find a relevant image. :->
Our contribution to this edition of the Carnival is Sarah W. Fitzpatrick’s post on Retracing the legacy of guppy introductions past. There’s lots of other good stuff in there, including an interesting post about why the claim that much of the human genome is functional implies that we should all have 7e45 children!
Friday, January 9, 2015
Carnival of Evolution #78 is up
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