Directionality in Genomics and Macroevolution

Papers From This Cluster

Nuño De La Rosa, L., & Lennox, J. G. (2023). From the Method of Division to the Theory of Transformations: Thompson After Aristotle, and Aristotle After Thompson. Biological Theory.

Livnat, A., & Love, A. C. (2024). Mutation and evolution: Conceptual possibilities. BioEssays, 46(2), 2300025.

Han, L., & Fricks, J. (2024). A Semi-Markov Approach to Study a Group of Kinesin Motors. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 86(2), 15.

Sterner, B., Elliott, S., & Wideman, J. G. (2023). An account of conserved functions and how biologists use them to integrate cell and evolutionary biology. Biology & Philosophy, 38(5), 45.

Au, E. H., Fauci, C., Luo, Y., Mangan, R. J., Snellings, D. A., Shoben, C. R., Weaver, S., Simpson, S. K., & Lowe, C. B. (2023). Gonomics: uniting high performance and readability for genomics with Go. Bioinformatics, 39(8), btad516.

Sterner, B., Elliott, S., Gilbert, E. E., & Franz, N. M. (2023). Unified and pluralistic ideals for data sharing and reuse in biodiversity. Database, 2023, baad048.

Sterner, B., & Elliott, S. (2023). How data governance principles influence participation in biodiversity science. Science as Culture, 1–26.

Nuño De La Rosa, L. (2023). Agency in Reproduction. Evolution & Development, ede.12440.

Livnat, A., & Melamed, D. (2023). Evolutionary honing in and mutational replacement: how long-term directed mutational responses to specific environmental pressures are possible. Theory in Biosciences, 142(2), 87–105.

Sterner, B., Sen, A., & Witteveen, J. (2022). Consensus and Scientific Classification. Knowledge Organization, 49(4), 236–256.