EVOLUTION: Parallel Evolution Is in the Genes

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EVOLUTION: Parallel Evolution Is in the Genes

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Title: EVOLUTION: Parallel Evolution Is in the Genes
Author: Hoekstra, Hopi E.; Price, Trevor

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Citation: Hoekstra, H. E., and Trevor Price. 2004. EVOLUTION: Parallel Evolution Is in the Genes. Science 303, no. 5665: 1779–1781. doi:10.1126/science.1096413.
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Abstract: Complex plumage patterns seem to have evolved independently among many very different bird species, a striking example of parallel evolution. In their Perspective, Hoekstra and Price discuss the molecular basis for similar dark plumage patterns between two very different arctic bird species ( Mundy et al.).
Published Version: doi:10.1126/science.1096413
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