For the past several decades, Shetland ponies’ collective past had caught up with them. A portion of the population of these miniature horses is affected...


Check out the July issue of G3! ForestPMPlot: A Flexible Tool for Visualizing Heterogeneity Between Studies in Meta-analysis Eun Yong Kang, Yurang Park, Xiao Li,...


Antibiotics, a vital tool for fighting infections, were originally products of nature—the first antibiotic was serendipitously discovered in mold contaminating a bacterial culture. As antibiotic...


Animals’ complex body plans come at a cost: their development is elaborate and must be delicately controlled. One critical aspect of development is size and...


Check out the June issue of G3! Investigations Sdt97: A Point Mutation in the 5' Untranslated Region Confers Semidwarfism in Rice Jiping Tong, Zhengshu Han,...


Massive amplification of genes is a desperate strategy taken by stressed populations adapting to an environment that has become inhospitable. Such amplifications can give an...


Check out the May issue of G3! Investigations The Genetic Basis of Baculum Size and Shape Variation in Mice Nicholas G. Schultz, Jesse Ingels, Andrew...


Fruit flies that devote an excessive amount of time to grooming themselves could serve as a powerful tool for understanding the inherited disorder neurofibromatosis, type...


GENETICS and G3 are excited to welcome new editors and to announce editorial changes for the current quarter. GENETICS Senior Editors: Karl Broman, Nick H. Barton, Oliver Hobert,...


Check out the April issue of G3! Meeting Report Evolution of Plant Phenotypes, from Genomes to Traits Josep M. Casacuberta, Scott Jackson, Olivier Panaud, Michael...