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Evolutionary Applications Issue 6.4 Now Live

May 29, 2013

EVA_6_4_coverEvolutionary Applications has now published its latest issue. This issue includes a number of top papers highlighted by Editor-in-Chief, Louis Bernatchez:

purple_lock_open The impact of natural selection on health and disease: uses of the population genetics approach in humans by Estelle Vasseur and Lluis Quintana-Murci

purple_lock_open Genomic and environmental selection patterns in two distinct lettuce crop–wild hybrid crosses by Yorike Hartman, Brigitte Uwimana, Danny A. P. Hooftman, Michael E. Schranz, Clemens C. M. van de Wiel, Marinus J. M. Smulders, Richard G. F. Visser and Peter H. van Tienderen

purple_lock_open Evolutionary rescue in populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens across an antibiotic gradient by Johan Ramsayer, Oliver Kaltz and Michael E. Hochberg

The journal continues to receive a high number of submissions across all areas of evolutionary biology and we would encourage you to submit your paper to the journal. Evolutionary Applications publishes papers that utilize concepts from evolutionary biology to address biological questions of health, social and economic relevance. In order to better serve the community, we also now strongly encourage submissions of papers making use of modern molecular and genetic methods to address important questions in any of these disciplines and in an applied evolutionary framework. Two of the papers highlighted above are good examples of this sort of paper. Further information about the journal’s aims and scopes can be found on the website.

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