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In Extremis: Breaking Coalescent Models in Small Populations and Concerted Convergence of Mammalian Cyanide Adaptation

Understanding how populations and species evolve in response to their environment is a key objective of population and evolutionary genetics. Extremes are useful to understand both where current models break down and to build new ones. Coalescent …

Phylogeny and divergence times of lemurs inferred with recent and ancient fossils in the tree

Paleontological and neontological systematics seek to answer evolutionary questions with different data sets. Phylogenies inferred for combined extant and extinct taxa provide novel insights into the evolutionary history of life. Primates have an …