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Shark genomes provide insights into elasmobranch evolution and the origin of vertebrates.
Hara Y, et al. Nat Ecol Evol 2018. PMID 30297745
We also show the early establishment of the genetic machinery governing mammalian homoeostasis and reproduction at the jawed vertebrate ancestor. This study, supported by genomic, transcriptomic and epigenomic resources, provides a foundation for the comprehensive, molecular exploration of phenotypes unique to sharks and insights into the evolutionary origins of vertebrates....
We also show the early establishment of the genetic machinery governing mammalian homoeostasis and reproduction at the jawed vertebrate
Molecular Evolutionary Analysis of the HCRTR Gene Family in Vertebrates.
Cai Z, et al. Biomed Res Int 2018. PMID 29967787 Free PMC article.
It turns out that the second round of whole genome duplication in early vertebrate ancestry and the independent round in fish ancestry may contribute to the diversity of HCRTR gene family. ...
It turns out that the second round of whole genome duplication in early vertebrate ancestry and the independent round in fish ancestr …
Conserved transcriptomic profiles underpin monogamy across vertebrates.
Young RL, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2019. PMID 30617061 Free PMC article.
We find that, while evolutionary divergence time between species or clades did not explain gene expression similarity, characteristics of the mating system correlated with neural gene expression patterns, and neural gene expression varied concordantly across vertebrates when species transition to monogamy. Our study provides evidence of a universal transcriptomic mechanism underlying the evolution of monogamy in vertebrates....
We find that, while evolutionary divergence time between species or clades did not explain gene expression similarity, characteristics of th …
Transitions in sex determination and sex chromosomes across vertebrate species.
Pennell MW, et al. Mol Ecol 2018. PMID 29451715 Free PMC article.
We used the recently assembled Tree of Sex database to assess patterns in the evolution of sex-determination systems in the remarkably diverse vertebrate clades of teleost fish, squamate reptiles and amphibians. ...Together, these results provide the most comprehensive view to date of the evolution of vertebrate sex determination in a phylogenetic context, providing new insight into long-standing questions about the evolution of sexual reproduction....
We used the recently assembled Tree of Sex database to assess patterns in the evolution of sex-determination systems in the remarkably diver …
Environmental coupling of heritability and selection is rare and of minor evolutionary significance in wild populations
Ramakers JJC, et al. Nat Ecol Evol 2018. PMID 29915341 Free PMC article.
Using 16 populations from 10 vertebrate species, which provided data on 50 traits (relating to body mass, morphology, physiology, behaviour and life history), we found evidence for an environmentally induced relationship between heritability and selection in only 6 cases, with weak evidence that this resulted in an increase or decrease in the expected selection response. ...
Using 16 populations from 10 vertebrate species, which provided data on 50 traits (relating to body mass, morphology, physiology, beh …
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