Biology Faculty Articles
Bird, Aves, Avian, Vertebrate, Genomics, Genome10K, Phylogenomics, Avian Phlyogenomics Project
Everyone loves the birds of the world. From their haunting songs and majesty of flight to dazzling plumage and mating rituals, bird watchers – both amateurs and professionals - have marveled for centuries at their considerable adaptations. Now, we are offered a special treat with the publication of a series of papers in dedicated issues of Science, Genome Biology and GigaScience (which also included pre-publication data release). These present the successful beginnings of an international interdisciplinary venture, the Avian Phylogenomics Project that lets us view, through a genomics lens, modern bird species and the evolutionary events that produced them.
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O'Brien, Stephen J.; David Haussler; and Oliver A. Ryder. 2014. "The Birds of Genome10K." GigaScience 3, (32). https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cnso_bio_facarticles/726
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