The anole genome paper is out in Nature today (although links on Nature’s own page only take you to a list of authors at the present time, I’m assuming this glitch will be fixed shortly). Nature also published a brief commentary highlighting some of the most interesting discoveries from this work. For more coverage of work related to the genome, check out this post and stay tuned to Anole Annals – we’ll have a bunch more genome posts over the next few days.
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- New blog post! Brown Anole in Green Bay! : Sofia Prado-Irwin : wp.me/p2379Y-94q #scicomm 2 days ago
- New blog post! A Female Green Anole Eats a Freshly Laid Egg : Jacquelyn Dycus : wp.me/p2379Y-94o #scicomm 4 days ago
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