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Titles in Evolution

Posted on the 16 January 2013 by Bjornostman @CarnyEvolution
Can you spot the odd one out in today's list of titles in evolutionary biology? The category is open, though. For example, the journal Evolution insists on its titles having all-caps, which annoys me like an oyster (but since there are two of those...).
  • Conflictual speciation: species formation via genomic conflict
  • Predictability of evolution depends nonmonotonically on population size
  • Ecological strategies shape the insurance potential of biodiversity
  • Ecological speciation along an elevational gradient in a tropical passerine bird?
  • Mutation rate dynamics in a bacterial population reflect tension between adaptation and genetic load
  • Can a collapse of global civilization be avoided?
  • Long-term culture at elevated atmospheric CO2fails to evoke specific adaptation in seven freshwater phytoplankton species
  • MIGRATION ENHANCES ADAPTATION IN BACTERIOPHAGE POPULATIONS EVOLVING IN ECOLOGICAL SINKS
  • RUNAWAY SEXUAL SELECTION LEADS TO GOOD GENES
  • Evolution of sperm structure and energetics in passerine birds
  • Wormholes record species history in space and time
  • Who Speaks with a Forked Tongue?
  • Evolutionary mode routinely varies among morphological traits within fossil species lineages
  • Long-term culture at elevated atmospheric CO2 fails to evoke specific adaptation in seven freshwater phytoplankton species
  • The effect of spontaneous mutations on competitive ability
  • Adaptive Genetic Variation on the Landscape: Methods and Cases

Titles in evolution
A general template explaining how different factors influence adaptive genetic variation in the landscape over evolutionary time (Schoville et al., 2013, Adaptive Genetic Variation on the Landscape: Methods and Cases).

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