What vegetable seeds tell us about the intentions of ancient farmers

A new study published in Evolution Letters, available now via Early View, has given us an interesting insight into the history of crop domestication. The work, by researchers at The University of Sheffield, UK, and the University of Toulouse, France, shows that seed enlargement probably evolved without the deliberate intention of early crop farmers. Humans … Continue reading What vegetable seeds tell us about the intentions of ancient farmers

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Highlights from our inaugural issue

It's here! The first issue of our exciting new evolutionary biology journal is now online, featuring sex, sperm, speciation, and more! All papers are available to read right now, fully open access, via the Evolution Letters website http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/evl3.2017.1.issue-1/issuetoc Here is what our inaugural issue has in store... Gibson, Delph, & Lively:┬áThe two-fold cost of sex: … Continue reading Highlights from our inaugural issue