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Year Number of Results
1945 18
1946 50
1947 67
1948 62
1949 69
1950 152
1951 182
1952 156
1953 149
1954 129
1955 113
1956 84
1957 119
1958 93
1959 166
1960 132
1961 138
1962 146
1963 179
1964 236
1965 189
1966 184
1967 333
1968 368
1969 401
1970 441
1971 471
1972 583
1973 548
1974 640
1975 684
1976 677
1977 621
1978 573
1979 591
1980 691
1981 674
1982 789
1983 717
1984 821
1985 880
1986 905
1987 1098
1988 986
1989 1244
1990 1413
1991 1521
1992 1740
1993 2071
1994 2509
1995 2810
1996 3132
1997 3678
1998 4136
1999 4894
2000 6117
2001 7006
2002 7796
2003 9026
2004 10291
2005 11512
2006 13182
2007 14349
2008 14823
2009 16779
2010 17198
2011 18939
2012 20165
2013 20585
2014 20769
2015 21262
2016 20787
2017 19384
2018 18734
2019 10389
2020 304
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Just So Stories about the Evolution of Apoptosis.
Green DR and Fitzgerald P. Curr Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 27404257 Free PMC article.
We suggest scenarios for the evolution of one pathway of apoptosis, the mitochondrial pathway, and consider how they might be tested. We conclude with a 'Just So Story' of how the mitochondrial pathway of apoptosis might have evolved during eukaryotic evolution....
We suggest scenarios for the evolution of one pathway of apoptosis, the mitochondrial pathway, and consider how they might be tested. …
Genetic drift, selection and the evolution of the mutation rate.
Lynch M, et al. Nat Rev Genet 2016 - Review. PMID 27739533
A potentially revealing hypothesis for mutation-rate evolution is that natural selection primarily operates to improve replication fidelity, with the ultimate limits to what can be achieved set by the power of random genetic drift. ...
A potentially revealing hypothesis for mutation-rate evolution is that natural selection primarily operates to improve replication fi …
Fuxianhuiids
Ortega-Hernández J, et al. Curr Biol 2018. PMID 29990450 Free article.
Speciation and the City
Thompson KA, et al. Trends Ecol Evol 2018 - Review. PMID 30297245
The bioenergetic costs of a gene
Lynch M and Marinov GK. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015. PMID 26575626 Free PMC article.
Trade-offs
Garland T. Curr Biol 2014. PMID 24456973 Free article.
Is evolution predictable?
Reznick D and Travis J. Science 2018. PMID 29449475
Rhizaria
Burki F and Keeling PJ. Curr Biol 2014. PMID 24502779 Free article.
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