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Yaniv’s Capsella article is the cover image of PLOS genetics Image Credit: Kim Steige Flowers of the selfing plant species, C. rubella. In this issue, Brandvain et al. identify blocks of ancestry inherited from the founders of this recently derived … Continue reading
We (Jeremy and Graham) have a new arXived paper: “The Population Genetic Signature of Polygenic Local Adaptation” (arXived here). This us a cross post from Haldane’s sieve. Comments are welcome there. The field of population genetics has devoted a lot … Continue reading
There’s a couple of new Coop lab papers up on the ArXiv. One is from Yaniv’s work (Brandvain et al.) on a haplotype-based approach to examining the history of a recently derived selfing species (Capsella rubella). This grew out of … Continue reading
We’ve been a bit quiet on the coop lab blog, as I’ve been devoting a bunch of my spare energy to Haldane’s Sieve, see our about page. Gideon Bradburd, Peter Ralph, and I have just submitted our latest paper on … Continue reading
You can read more about Peter and I’s paper [arXived here] in the guest post we wrote over at Haldane’s Sieve. There’s a nice discussion on some of the technical details in the comments there.
We’ve just submitted our latest paper to the preprint arXiv (you can read more on the arXiv and its history here). We have done this for every paper we’ve submitted so far as a group; a list of our papers … Continue reading
Peter Ralph and I’s new paper generalizing the model of recurrent hitchhiking was just accepted to Genetics, and appears as a preprint there (it’s also posted on the ArXiv). My slides on this topic provide an overview on this work. … Continue reading
Yaniv and I’s paper on meiotic drive and the evolution of female recombination rates has just appeared in the latest Genetics. You can read more about the paper in our blog post here.
Carl, Peter, and I’s paper on the power of comparative methods just appeared in Evolution. The paper is ArXived here with code here, Carl has slides and a blog post (here and here). As you can see from the number … Continue reading
Yaniv and I’s paper: “Scrambling eggs: Meiotic Drive and the Evolution of Female Recombination Rates” is out on the Genetics preprint server (here) and the arXived versions of our paper are available here. Conflict is everywhere during sexual reproduction. Even … Continue reading