Cambridge TV ran a feature on the news last night about natural selection and genetic diversity and Simon’s paper in Genetics. It is available here – scroll ahead to 4:47 if you don’t want to hear about the severed head in Mepal!
Simon Martin has just published a study in which we searched for signals of natural selection in the genomes of nearly 70 whole genome sequences sampled from H. melpomene and other species. Signals of selection were weaker than seen in fruit flies, but much stronger than in humans. Interestingly the amount of standing variation is […]
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Okay, so you have a set of samples that have been sequenced, perhaps associated with a paper or ongoing project. Here is how to add them to the database. Make sure you are logged in to Earthcape. First make sure all the samples are in the database. There will be a separate post on […]