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Enhancing Evolution: When Spatial Structure and Environmental Change Improve Adaptation
Evolution by natural selection is the primary creative force in biology. In order for populations to thrive, or even survive, requires a continual generative process. An understand of the process of natural selection, its strengths and weaknesses, is necessary for both predictions about the future course of life, as well as ...
Cellular interactions during zebrafish adult stripe formation and implications for pigment pattern evolution
Pigment patterns are among the most striking of traits, yet we know very little about the interactions required for organizing pigment cells during adult pattern formation or how evolutionary changes in pigment cell development generate different patterns. As an adult the zebrafish, <italic>Danio rerio<italic> displays a ...