For Lake Whitefish, history has repeated itself. Across the St. John River region that spans Québec and Maine, these freshwater fish have continually evolved in...


The sticky fruit of the date palm has a tangled history. New research in G3 explores the palm’s genetic diversity and traces its earliest cultivation...


Check out the July issue of G3! INVESTIGATIONS Multiple Conserved Heteroplasmic Sites in tRNA Genes in the Mitochondrial Genomes of Terrestrial Isopods (Oniscidea) Christopher H....


Directly observing evolution in nature is often impossible. But biologists who use experimental systems to study these processes have the luxury of observing the fine...


Check out the June issue of G3! MEETING REPORT Meeting Report on Experimental Approaches to Evolution and Ecology Using Yeast and Other Model Systems Audrey...


In 2014, the GSA journals launched a contest inviting image submissions related to genetics and genomics. The winning entry was created by Jian Han, of...


The most diverse of all human genes encode a set of proteins at the frontline of our immune system. Many different Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA)...


Today's guest post was contributed by Andreas Prokop, of the University of Manchester. Along with research on the cell biology of neurons during development and ageing,...


Check out the May issue of G3! Investigations A Novel Electronic Assessment Strategy to Support Applied Drosophila Genetics Training in University Courses Maggy Fostier, Sanjai...


Male Drosophila fruit flies perform an elaborate ritual when they court a female. The male first turns towards the female, follows her, taps her, vibrates...