I’ve got far too many tabs open in my browser window, and I gotta blog them ASAP so that I can clean up the ol’ computer. Here are a few things I’ve been meaning to blog, in list form:
- Nature Genetics has published an issue devoted to structural variation in genomes. There appears to be a bias toward human genomes, but it’s cool nonetheless. Also, I’m pretty sure all the articles are FREE ACCESS.
- The most recent issue of Molecular Ecology has a bunch of articles on the genetics of speciation. There’s also an article on the genetics of pigmentation variation in Drosophila melanogaster.
- Peter Andolfatto and pals have published a good review on detecting natural selection in genomes. This article, along with this one by Rasmus Nielsen, should be required reading for anyone interested in population genetics.