Journal of evolutionary biology | 2021

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Cover legend: Kelley et al. La Lluvia sulfi dic spring, Mexico. Photo Credit: Kerry McGowan. Ravindran et al. Adult Daphnia galeata (genotype J2) female bearing a parthenogenetic egg. Photo Credit: Jennifer Drechsler. Zueva et al. Atlantic salmon in Niilijoki, a small tributary of the river Teno, the largest salmon river in Finland. Photo Credit: Pekka Tuuri. Fruciano et al. Cichlid fi sh (in the photo Amatitlania sp.) and social insects (such as Bombus balteatus) are prime examples of organisms being studied with increasingly sophisticated and powerful tools, thus informing our understanding of the genomics of adaptation. Photo credit: Carmelo Fruciano (Amatitlania sp.) and Julia C Jones (Bombus balteatus). Montoya et al. Spike proteins of SARS, MERS, and SARS-COV-2. Photo Credit: Vincent Montoya. Paulo et al. Cork oak (Quercus suber L) trees are harvested in the stem and branches for their bark (cork), in southwestern Portugal. Mediterranean evergreen cork oak woodlands are the largest planted non timber forest in Europe. Photo Credit: Augusta Costa.

Volume 34 6
Pages \n 853-855\n
DOI 10.1111/jeb.13468
Language English
Journal Journal of evolutionary biology

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