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    mirror determines the far posterior domain in butterfly wings

    Martik Chatterjee, Xin Y. Yu ... Robert D. Reed
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    Circadian Rhythms: Cnidarians are CLOCKing in

    Erica R Kwiatkowski, Patrick Emery
    Studies of the starlet sea anemone provide important insights into the early evolution of the circadian clock in animals.
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    A direct experimental test of Ohno’s hypothesis

    Ljiljana Mihajlovic, Bharat Ravi Iyengar ... Yolanda Schaerli
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    Experimental evolution for the recovery of growth loss due to genome reduction

    Kenya Hitomi, Yoichiro Ishii, Bei-Wen Ying
    Diversified genetic and transcriptional changes in parallel evolved Escherichia coli populations for improved growth revealed that the evolution complementing genome reduction was like all roads leading to Rome.
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    Synthetic analysis of trophic diversity and evolution in Enantiornithes with new insights from Bohaiornithidae

    Case Vincent Miller, Jen A Bright ... Michael Pittman
    Enantiornithine birds reached similar dietary diversity to modern birds in a similar amount of time many millions of years earlier, but how exactly they did that requires further research.
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    Stochastic parabolic growth promotes coexistence and a relaxed error threshold in RNA-like replicator populations

    Mátyás Paczkó, Eörs Szathmáry, András Szilágyi
    An individual-based model framework of sub-exponentially growing replicator systems suggests that parabolic dynamics could have been able to maintain genetic diversity and circumvent the error threshold problem during early evolution.