Illuminating the cover of the May issue of G3 is a lake-dwelling filter feeder no more than a couple millimeters long. This microcrustacean—Daphnia pulex, also...


In the ruins of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant—an area deemed unsafe for humans for the next 20,000 years after a catastrophic failure—life thrives. Fungi...


Check out the May issue of GENETICS by looking at the highlights or the full table of contents! ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Bivariate analysis of age-related macular degeneration progression using...


Two highly similar genes that contribute to drug resistance in a pathogenic yeast have been co-evolving as tandem duplicates for the past 134 million years—while...


The GSA Journals, GENETICS and G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics, are proud to present our annual Spotlight booklets for research published in 2016. Each Spotlight is a showcase of the excellent research...


Congratulations to the winners of the Editors' Choice Awards for outstanding articles published in GENETICS in 2016! The journal's Editorial Board considered a diverse range of...


In the life of a butterfly, color is crucial. Color helps these flashy insects attract mates, avoid being spotted, or even signal to predators that...


Restricting calorie intake seems to promote longer lives in a wide range of organisms, from microbes to mammals. Some determined youth-seekers are already adopting reduced-calorie...


Check out the April issue of GENETICS by looking at the highlights or the full table of contents! ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Mismatch repair incompatibilities in diverse yeast populations, pp....


In the genomic era, population geneticists are flooded with molecular data on the evolution of natural populations. This deluge started in 1966 as a trickle...