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Evolution: The Molecular Landscape

Cold Spring Harbor’s 74th Symposium
The Molecular Landscape
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Evolution Figures: Chapter 21

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FIGURE 21.2. Gene conversion in fungi (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.3. Maize cobs studied by Barbara McClintock (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.4. Transposable elements (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.5. mtDNA in animals and flowering plants is inherited maternally (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.6. Wasps provide an extreme example of sex-biased inheritance (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.7. Female ladybird larvae (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.8. TNV, STNV, and tobacco rattle covirus (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.9. Male mice heterozygous for the t-haplotype (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.10. Evolution of suppressors of segregation distortion (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.11. Transposons of bacteria and archaea have evolved mechanisms that prevent excessive transposition (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.13. Ranges of haploid genome size in flowering plants (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.14. Salamander Bolitoglossa subpalmata (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.15. Large genomes from transposable elements (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.16. Distribution of ages of transposable elements in the human genome (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.17. Individuals influence their own fitness as well as their neighbors (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.18. Examples of apparently altruistic traits (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.19. Alleles that are harmful to individuals that carry them can increase (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.20. Identity by descent (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.21. Figs and fig wasps are closely interdependent (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.22. Mate competition and inbreeding favor a female-biased sex ratio (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.23. Begging by chicks stimulates parents to provide food (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.25. Paternal and maternal alleles (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.26. Tadpoles of the spadefoot toad (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.27. Kin discrimination in avian and mammalian species (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.28. Sewall Wright’s argument (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.29. Sexual selection associated with high rates of speciation (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.30. Young meerkats protected by unrelated “baby-sitters” (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.32. Arabian babbler watching for predators (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.33. Prisoner’s Dilemma game (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.34. Yucca pollinated by the moth Tegeticula yuccasella (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.35. Soybeans host symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacterium B. japonicum (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 21.36. Hypercycles allow more genetic information to be replicated (jpg) (pdf)


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