Evolutionary Biology

Gene loss can prove to be an advantage
Mammals have profited repeatedly in evolution from losing genes more
New insights into the late history of Neandertals
The genomes of five late Neandertals provide insights into Neandertal population history more
Homo naledi had wear-resistant molars
The enigmatic 300,000-year-old South African hominin ate a lot of dust, grit, or phytoliths more
Evolutionwatch for plants
Scientists are giving plant collections from museums a new lease of life more
Defence at almost any price
The efforts of bacteria in their defence against predators is so great that they can barely invest resources in offspring more
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