Nathaniel B. Edelman and James Mallet. Forthcoming. “Prevalence and adaptive impact of introgression.” Annual Review of Genetics.Abstract
Alleles that introgressed between species can influence the evolutionary and ecological fate of species exposed to novel environments. Hybrid offspring of different species are often unfit, and yet it has long been argued that introgression can be a potent force in evolution, especially in plants. Over the last two decades, genomic data have increasingly provided evidence that introgression is a critically important source of genetic variation and that this additional variation can be useful in adaptive evolution of both animals and plants. Here, we review factors that influence the probability that foreign genetic variants provide long-term benefits (so-called adaptive introgression) and discuss their potential benefits. We find that introgression plays an important role in adaptive evolution, particularly when a species is far from its fitness optimum, such as when they expand their range or are subject to changing environments.
Forthcoming. “Theosis through Works of the Law: Deification of the Earthly Righteous in Classical Rabbinic Thought.” In Memorial Volume for Alan F. Segal. Leiden: Brill.
Nathaniel Wolfson. Forthcoming. “Qual é o número, leitor-operador? A sobrecarga material na estética de Max Bense segundo Haroldo de Campos.” In roteiros de palavras, sons, imagens: os diálogos transcriativos de haroldo de campos. Frankfurt: TFM.
Forthcoming. “The Routledge Companion to Latin American 20th and 21st Century Literature and Cultural Forms.” New York and London: Routledge.
Manja Klemenčič and Sabine Hoidn. Forthcoming. The Routledge International Handbook of Student-centered Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. 1st ed., Pp. 664. Routledge.
James Mallet, Fernando Seixas, and Yuttapong Thawornwattana. Forthcoming. “Species, concepts of.” In Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. Elsevier.Abstract
What are species? We take a historical approach to demonstrate how our understanding of the nature of species has changed since Darwin's time until the current postgenomic era. If species are fundamental units of nature (like cells, or organisms, say), as some scientists believe, then their underlying basis has yet to be revealed. Instead, it seems more likely that the species rank in taxonomy is a man-made distinction; a heuristic cut-off that can perhaps be agreed upon bybiologists to enable communication on issues of biodiversity, human health, agriculture, and conservation.
James Mallet. Forthcoming. “Subspecies, Semispecies, Superspecies.” In Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. Elsevier. subspecies_semispecies_superspecies.pdf
C. -T. J Huang. Forthcoming. “Syntactic analyticity and parametric theory.” In Chinese Syntax in a Cross-Linguistic Perspective, edited by Audrey Li. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.
Seymour Gitin, Trude Dothan, and Yosef Garfinkel. Forthcoming. Tel Miqne-Ekron Excavations, 1985–1988, 1990, 1992–1995: Field IV Lower—The Elite Zone, Part 2: The Iron Age IIC Late Philistine City. Harvard Semitic Museum / Eisenbrauns.
Susan Rogers Van Katwyk. Forthcoming. “test”.
Sergio Delgado. Forthcoming. “A Theater of Displacement: Staging Activism, Poetry, and Migration through a Transborder Immigrant Tool.” The Internet as a Contestatory Medium.
Forthcoming. This Ghostly Poetry. Toronto UP. this_ghostly_poetry_cover_daniel_aguirre-oteiza_b.jpg This Ghostly Poetry Daniel Aguirre-Oteiza
Vanessa Ogle. Forthcoming. “Time, Temporality, and Capitalism forthcoming .” Past & Present.
Mariano Siskind. Forthcoming. “Towards a Cosmopolitanism of Loss. An Essay About the End of the World.” Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.
Jenneke van der Wal. Forthcoming. “What is the conjoint/disjoint alternation? Parameters of crosslinguistic variation.” In The conjoint/disjoint alternation in Bantu. Trends in Linguistics series, edited by Jenneke van der Wal and Larry Hyman. Vol. 301. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Publisher's Version
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Miles. Franklin. Submitted. All that Swagger . Publisher's Version
Robert Ervin. Howard. Submitted. Almuric . Publisher's Version
Austin. R Freeman. Submitted. As a Thief in the Night . Publisher's Version