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  1. \bibitem{edn001} take at FU A new revolution? The place of systems biology and synthetic biology in the history of biology

    Michel Morange

    ... molecular structures to support intelligent design. The gap can be reduced from either side. ‘Evo-devo’—the recent marriage between evolutionary biology and the knowledge about the genes that control ...

    EMBO reports 10, S50-S53 (August 2009) doi:10.1038/embor.2009.156 Science and Society

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  2. \bibitem{edn002} take at FU The future of evo–devo: model systems and evolutionary theory

    Ralf J. Sommer

    Nature Reviews Genetics 10, 416-422 (June 2009) doi:10.1038/nrg2567 Perspective

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  3. \bibitem{edn003} From the editors

    Nature Reviews Genetics 10, 343-343 (June 2009) doi:10.1038/nrg2608 From the Editors

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  4. New fashion models

    ... stems in part from the surge in studies on changes in organism development during evolution (evo-devo) as well as the availability of universally applicable techniques, such as DNA sequencing. ...

    Nature Cell Biology 11, 668-668 (June 2009) doi:10.1038/ncb0609-668 Book Review

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  5. Endless forms most beautiful and wonderful

    ... the intersection of ecology, development and evolution, and would also serve well in anevo-devo course as a supplementary textbook.The authors frame their argument for integrating environmental influences on ... medical significance. Their discussion of teratogenesis makes a compelling case for the relevance of eco-evo-devo in evolutionary medicine (chapter 5), and their analysis of endocrine disrupters of development ...

    Nature Genetics 41, 507-507 (May 2009) doi:10.1038/ng0509-507 Book Review

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  6. \bibitem{edn006} take at FU Evolution: Biology's next top model?

    Brendan Maher

    ... with Postlethwait, has begun work on icefish. As the field of evolutionary development or 'evo-devo' continues to captivate biologists, ever stranger critters may find themselves the subject of attention ...

    Nature 458, 695-698 (8 April 2009) doi:10.1038/458695a

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  7. Building Complex Tissues: High-Throughput Screening for Molecules Required in Hair Engineering

    Lily F Lee, Cheng-Ming Chuong

    Journal of Investigative Dermatology 129, 815-817 (25 March 2009) doi:10.1038/jid.2008.434 Commentary

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  8. Evo–devo: Failsafe flowers

    Tanita Casci

    Nature Reviews Genetics 10, 152-152 (March 2009) doi:10.1038/nrg2545 Research Highlights

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  9. Modern lights

    ... Sean Carroll has written accessible books for a general audience, introducing evolutionary genetics and 'evo-devo' approaches. At the university level, the new evolution textbook by Barton et al. ...

    Nature Genetics 41, 265-265 (March 2009) doi:10.1038/ng0309-265 Editorial

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  10. \bibitem{edn010} take at FU Long non-coding RNAs: insights into functions

    Tim R. Mercer, Marcel E. Dinger, John S. Mattick

    Nature Reviews Genetics 10, 155-159 (March 2009) doi:10.1038/nrg2521 Progress

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  11. The origin and evolution of arthropods

    Graham E. Budd, Maximilian J. Telford

    ... understanding arthropod origins and relationships from the fields of molecular systematics, palaeontology, morphology and 'evo-devo'. We show that the source of Darwin's discomfort about arthropod origins, although ... and this may also be the case for the air-breathing apparatus of terrestrial chelicerates. Evo-devo research promises to supply fresh insights into all of these areas. Although it is ...

    Nature 457, 812-817 (11 February 2009) doi:10.1038/nature07890 Insight

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  12. Darwin's legacy

    ... the evolution of developmental process has spawned a sizeable research community under the umbrella term 'evo-devo'. A key concept emerging is that evolutionary conservation is much more apparent at the ...

    Nature Cell Biology 11, 111-111 (February 2009) doi:10.1038/ncb0209-111 Editorial

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  13. Fundamental concepts in genetics: Genetics and the understanding of selection

    Laurence D. Hurst

    ... benefit is small are currently being explored in evolutionary genomics, and evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo) asks whether the scope of realizable heritable variation might determine what phenotypic space is ... Does heritable variation limit adaptation? Population genetics focuses on the fate of mutations. However, evo-devo researchers emphasize the role of 'developmental constraint' in shaping variation. In its strict ...

    Nature Reviews Genetics 10, 83-93 (February 2009) doi:10.1038/nrg2506 Review

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  14. Evolution's challenge to genetics

    ... have vindicated Wolpert. Virtually all of the major advances in evolutionary developmental biology, or 'evo-devo', have been firmly grounded in genetics. These include studies — two of them ... PAX6, are recruited in the independent evolution of similar structures in different species.But as evo-devo blossoms, the anti-genetics strain persists. ...

    Nature 457, 382-383 (21 January 2009) doi:10.1038/457382a

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  15. Evo–devo: Development sets the limits

    Louisa Flintoft

    Nature Reviews Genetics 10, 74-75 (13 January 2009) doi:10.1038/nrg2530 Research Highlights

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  16. The evolution of hierarchical gene regulatory networks

    Douglas H. Erwin, Eric H. Davidson

    Nature Reviews Genetics 10, 141-148 (13 January 2009) doi:10.1038/nrg2499 Perspective

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  17. Evo–devo: Modelling the evolutionarily possible

    Tanita Casci

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 894-895 (December 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2493 Research Highlights

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  18. Genetic and genomic analyses of the division of labour in insect societies

    Chris R. Smith, Amy L. Toth, Andrew V. Suarez, Gene E. Robinson

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 735-748 (October 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2429 Review

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  19. EvoD/Vo: the origins of BMP signalling in the neuroectoderm

    Claudia Mieko Mizutani, Ethan Bier

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 663-677 (September 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2417 Review

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  20. Transcriptome sequencing with the Genome Sequencer FLX system

    Thomas Jarvie, Timothy Harkins

    Nature Methods 5, (September 2008) doi:10.1038/nmeth.f.220 Application Note

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  21. Bringing models to life

    ... chapter explores the role of modelling in the new interdisciplinary field of evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo), which aims to integrate development with evolution and, increasingly, with ecology. The ...

    Nature Cell Biology 10, 876-876 (August 2008) doi:10.1038/ncb0808-876 Book Review

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  22. Carotenoid genetics: Chicken skin sheds light on carotenoid genetics

    M A Pointer, N I Mundy

    Heredity 101, 393-394 (30 July 2008) doi:10.1038/hdy.2008.82 News and Commentary

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  23. Developmental biology: Serpent clocks tick faster

    Freek J. Vonk, Michael K. Richardson

    ... challenges are overcome, and snake genome sequences become widely available, a new era of 'evo-devo' research may open up.The question remains whether the somite clock also ticks faster ...

    Nature 454, 282-283 (16 July 2008) doi:10.1038/454282a

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  24. Evolutionary theory: it's on the school syllabus in Mexico

    Antonio Lazcano, Arturo Becerra, Juli Peretó

    Nature 453, 719-719 (4 June 2008) doi:10.1038/453719a

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  25. Genome size diversity in the family Drosophilidae

    T R Gregory, J S Johnston

    ... population-level surveys, to the advent of complete genome sequencing and the rise of ‘evo-devo’—the fly Drosophila melanogaster has maintained its uncontested status as a preeminent model organism ...

    Heredity 101, 228-238 (4 June 2008) doi:10.1038/hdy.2008.49 Original Article

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  26. Cliff Tabin

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 420-420 (June 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2381 Research Highlights

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  27. In Brief

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 323-323 (May 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2372 Research Highlights

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  28. Evolution of metal hyperaccumulation required cis-regulatory changes and triplication of HMA4

    Marc Hanikenne, Ina N. Talke, Michael J. Haydon, Christa Lanz, Andrea Nolte, Patrick Motte, Juergen Kroymann, Detlef Weigel, Ute Krämer

    Nature 453, 391-395 (20 April 2008) doi:10.1038/nature06877 Letter

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  29. Genetic basis of fitness differences in natural populations

    Hans Ellegren, Ben C. Sheldon

    ... before. One school of thought, whose advocates are mainly concerned with morphological evolution (‘evo-devo’), holds that cis-regulatory elements are indeed the primary targets for genetic changes ...

    Nature 452, 169-175 (13 March 2008) doi:10.1038/nature06737

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  30. Evo–devo: Preparing for take off

    Tanita Casci

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 160-161 (March 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2325 Research Highlights

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  31. Integrative mathematical oncology

    Alexander R. A. Anderson, Vito Quaranta

    Nature Reviews Cancer 8, 227-234 (March 2008) doi:10.1038/nrc2329 Perspective

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  32. Toll-like receptors — taking an evolutionary approach

    François Leulier, Bruno Lemaitre

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 165-178 (March 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2303 Review

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  33. Wolf et al. reply

    Max Wolf, G. Sander van Doorn, Olof Leimar, Franz J. Weissing

    ... that mutations with larger effect sometimes occur. In fact, this is not implausible. The evo-devo revolution has provided plenty of examples where single mutations (such as in a regulatory ...

    Nature 451, E9-E10 (28 February 2008) doi:10.1038/nature06744

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  34. Genomes evolve, but how?

    ... intellectual fodder for a stimulating seminar series. Not every evolutionary biologist, genome researcher or 'evo-devo-ist' will agree with Lynch's strong opinions that largely non-adaptive forces shaped ...

    Nature 451, 771-772 (13 February 2008) doi:10.1038/451771b

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  35. Evolution of anatomy and gene control

    Georgy Koentges

    ... changes in molecular control hierarchies and networks. The daunting task of the field known as evo-devo is to map structural diversity onto the underlying gene-regulatory diversity and dynamics.Developmental regulatory ...

    Nature 451, 658-663 (6 February 2008) doi:10.1038/451658a

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  36. Cyclic dermal BMP signalling regulates stem cell activation during hair regeneration

    Maksim V. Plikus, Julie Ann Mayer, Damon de la Cruz, Ruth E. Baker, Philip K. Maini, Robert Maxson, Cheng-Ming Chuong

    Nature 451, 340-344 (17 January 2008) doi:10.1038/nature06457 Letter

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  37. Keeping pace with change

    ... been transformed and invigorated, and some branches have been created anew — for example, 'evo-devo' (the evolution of developmental mechanisms).Textbooks in evolutionary biology have generally kept pace ... discussions on the last universal common ancestor, as well as being an outstanding introduction to evo-devo. Part III comprises about half the book and deals with the genetic mechanisms of ...

    Nature 451, 17-17 (2 January 2008) doi:10.1038/451017a

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  38. Is evolvability evolvable?

    Massimo Pigliucci

    Nature Reviews Genetics 9, 75-82 (January 2008) doi:10.1038/nrg2278 Perspective

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  39. After a dozen years of progress the origin of angiosperms is still a great mystery

    Michael W. Frohlich, Mark W. Chase

    Nature 450, 1184-1189 (20 December 2007) doi:10.1038/nature06393

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  40. Phylogeny of the Hair Follicle: The Sebogenic Hypothesis

    K S Stenn, Y Zheng, S Parimoo

    Journal of Investigative Dermatology 128, 1576-1578 (13 December 2007) doi:10.1038/sj.jid.5701200 Letter to the Editor

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  41. Evo–devo: extending the evolutionary synthesis

    Gerd B. Müller

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 943-949 (December 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2219 Perspective

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  42. Written in stone: fossils, genes and evo–devo

    Rudolf A. Raff

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 911-920 (December 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2225 Review

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  43. From the Editors

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 903-903 (December 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2276 From the Editors

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  44. The road to modularity

    Günter P. Wagner, Mihaela Pavlicev, James M. Cheverud

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 921-931 (December 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2267 Review

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  45. Evolutionary developmental biology and genomics

    Cristian Cañestro, Hayato Yokoi, John H. Postlethwait

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 932-942 (December 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2226 Review

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  46. An intelligently designed response

    ... to function.Yet another example is the relatively young field of evolutionary developmental biology (nicknamed evo-devo), which brings together the mechanistic analysis of individual development and phenotypic change during evolution ...

    Nature Methods 4, 983-983 (December 2007) doi:10.1038/nmeth1207-983 Editorial

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  47. Which evolutionary processes influence natural genetic variation for phenotypic traits?

    Thomas Mitchell-Olds, John H. Willis, David B. Goldstein

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 845-856 (November 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2207 Review

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  48. Evo–Devo: The pros and cons of being different

    Patrick Goymer

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 730-731 (October 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2212 Research Highlights

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  49. A textbook for all seasons

    ... to establish associations between genes and diseases.The enormous strides made in the field of evo-devo during the last two decades are integrated in two clearly written and superbly illustrated chapters ... textbooks. The increasingly relevant topic of the evolution of evolvability is helpfully included, and evo-devo considerations are again brought to bear in these chapters.There is little that is inappropriate ...

    Nature Genetics 39, 1179-1179 (October 2007) doi:10.1038/ng1007-1179 Book Review

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  50. No Title

    Nature Reviews Genetics 8, 729-729 (October 2007) doi:10.1038/nrg2216 Research Highlights

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