Latest Selection Stories
New evidence proves humans are continuing to evolve and that significant natural and sexual selection is still taking place in our species in the modern world.
In a dog-eat-dog world of ruthless competition and 'survival of the fittest,' new research from the University of Leicester reveals that individuals are genetically programmed to work together and cooperate with those who most resemble themselves.
Think of them as a group of guys, hanging out together, but not spending much time with the ladies, nor getting much "action." Except these "guys" are forked fungus beetles.
Females influence the gender of their offspring so they inherit either their mother's or grandfather's qualities.
Sockeye salmon are evolving through natural selection to deal with a warming climate.
In the fight for survival, plants are capable of complex social behaviours and may exhibit altruism towards family members, but aggressively compete with strangers.
Grim economic times could cause men to seek more sexual partners, giving them more chances to reproduce, according to research by Omri Gillath, a social psychology professor at the University of Kansas.
CHANHASSEN, Minn., June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The entrepreneurial spirit around the country is about to 'warm-up' and hit the gym.
The origins of rice have been cast in a new light by research publishing in the open-access journal PLoS Genetics on June 9, 2011.
How females select their sexual partners is a matter of more than passing concern to a large number of males.
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.