Latest Evolutionary developmental biology Stories
JoVE creates advanced video-based publication for Developmental Biology Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) January 12, 2015 JoVE, the world’s first peer-reviewed
It’s difficult to identify a single evolutionary novelty in the animal kingdom that has fascinated and intrigued mankind more than the lantern of the firefly.
Researchers lead by evolutionary and developmental biologist Ulrich Technau at the University of Vienna say that a sea anemone has a genomic landscape that is half animal, half plant.
The recently republished Biology, Geography and Health Online Magazine GeoScience.net has published 40,188 new abstracts on biological interventions that produce substantial, sustained changes
A team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is proposing a new investigative roadmap for the field of evolutionary developmental biology, or “evo devo,” to better understand how innovation at the genetic level can lead to ecological adaptations over time.
Caltech biologists create the first predictive computational model of gene networks that control the development of sea-urchin embryos
Biologists have long assumed that all jawed vertebrates possess a full complement of nearly identical genes for critical aspects of their development.
Changes in a short protein domain can alter a whole signaling network involved in organ developmentâ€“ this is the key result of a comparative study of the development of the egg laying organ in two species of nematodes.
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y., Jan.
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