The Rough Guide To Evolution lists the entire content (with linky goodness) of the current early edition of the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences of the USA. As Mark Pallen notes, it “is chock full of articles on evolution from a recent colloquium”. Two that we’ll be reading over the weekend are:
- From wild animals to domestic pets, an evolutionary view of domestication, and
- Tracking footprints of maize domestication and evidence for a massive selective sweep on chromosome 10.
Who says we don’t know how to have fun round here?