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Ecological and Evolutionary Conifer Genomics

Claire G. Williams

Ecological and Evolutionary Conifer Genomics

by Claire G. Williams

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Genetics & Genomics,
  • Science / Biology,
  • Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7765100M
    ISBN 100521823064
    ISBN 109780521823067

    Ecological, Evolutionary, and Conservation Genomics (EECG) Research Awards Deadline 13 December Awards announced 15 March The American Genetic Association grants EECG Research Awards to graduate and post-doctoral researchers who are at a critical point in their research, where additional funds would allow them to conclude their research project and prepare it for publication. Ecological and evolutionary genomics. Understanding how the genome of an organism evolves and copes with environmental challenges is the main goal of EEG 1, 2, involves the integration and detailed knowledge of processes acting at different spatial and temporal scales, spanning from molecules (i.e., genes, genomes, transcriptomes, proteomes, and metabolomes), to the integrated phenotype Cited by:

      The next generation genomics era includes non-model organisms. Genetics, and now genomics, applied to model organisms continues to be hugely successful at identifying and characterizing DNA elements and mechanisms involved in major biological processes, such as the regulation of development, cell cycle and cell by: Ecological and evolutionary informatics. Edited by Rod Page, Bil Michener. Vol Issue 2, select article Evolutionary informatics: unifying knowledge about the diversity of life. applying geohistorical data to ecological questions. Simon Brewer, Stephen T. Jackson, John W. Williams. Pages

    @article{osti_, title = {Genetics and the physiological ecology of conifers}, author = {Mitton, J B}, abstractNote = {Natural selection acts on the diversity of genotypes, adapting populations to their specific environments and driving evolution in response to changes in climate. Genetically based differences in physiology and demography adapt species to alternate environments and produce.   First, macro-ecological genomics studies revealed that fungal genomes were highly remodelled during their evolution. This remodelling, in terms of genome organization and size, occurred through the proliferation of non-coding elements, gene compaction, gene loss and the expansion of large families of adaptive by: 6.


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Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics Research Project This module provides an opportunity to further develop and apply skills learned throughout the programme, by conducting a novel piece of genome analysis work, typically within an active research group either within Queen Mary.

Researchers in the field of ecological genomics aim to determine how a genome or a population of genomes interacts with its environment across ecological and evolutionary timescales. Ecological genomics is trans-disciplinary by nature.

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Buy Ecological and Evolutionary Conifer Genomics by Williams, Claire G. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Claire G. Williams. Ecological genetics is the study of Ecological and Evolutionary Conifer Genomics book in natural populations.

This contrasts with classical genetics, which works mostly on crosses between laboratory strains, and DNA sequence analysis, which studies genes at the molecular level.

Research in this field is on traits of ecological significance—that is, traits related to fitness, which affect an organism's survival and reproduction. What is the future of genetically modified (or transgenic) conifer plantations.

The content of this edited volume Landscapes, Genomics and Transgenic Conifers addresses this question directly - and indirectly - using language drawn from policy, forest history, genomics, metabolism, pollen dispersal and gene flow, landscape ecology, evolution, economics, technology transfer and regulatory.

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Why conifer genomics. Taxonomic position, ecological and economic importance of conifers we first discuss the concept of speciation‐by‐adaptation as a framework to develop further evolutionary insights into the genomics of adaptation in conifers and, second, examine opportunities to gain a more functional understanding through Cited by: Ecological-evolutionary theory (EET) is a sociological theory of sociocultural evolution that attempts to explain the origin and changes of society and culture.

Key elements focus on the importance of natural environment and technological change. EET has been described as a theory of social stratification, as it analyzes how stratification has changed through time across different societies.

Evolutionary Genomics: Statistical and Computational Methods is intended to bring together the more recent developments in the statistical methodology and the challenges that followed as a result of rapidly improving sequencing technologies.

Presented by top scientists from a variety of disciplines, the collection includes a wide spectrum of. Evolutionary and Ecological Genomics We address evolutionary and ecological questions in integrated biological sciences by exploiting novel genomics tools and systems biology.

New theoretical tools in statistical genomics and systems biology facilitate the analysis of large quantitative data obtained under both laboratory and field conditions.

Several ecological questions can be profitably addressed using genomics technology, including issues of nutrient cycling, population structure, life-history variation, trophic interaction, stress responses and the ecological niche. An Introduction to Ecological Genomics. Ecological Genomics is an integrative field of study that seeks to understand the genetic mechanisms underlying adaptive responses of organisms to their environment.

The mission of the EGI is to advance the discipline of ecological genomics and to make EGI the center for ecological genomics locally, nationally, and internationally. The genomics revolution has expanded from its origins in molecular biology to impact upon every discipline in the life sciences, including ecology.

Several lines of ecological research can now be profitably addressed using genomics technology, including issues of nutrient cycling, population structure, life-history variation, trophic interaction, stress responses, and adaptation to. Emerging Plant Systems and Progress in Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics.

As described above, advances in sequencing technology are accelerating the study of the molecular ecology and evolution in some emerging wild plant systems, including the monkey flower complex (Mimulus), wild sunflowers (Helianthus), and wild relatives of Arabidopsis thaliana (e.g., Boechera, Arabidopsis lyrata Cited by: Research in evolution and genomics addresses the formation and maintenance of biological diversity.

We study the evolutionary process at multiple levels – from the molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie changes in specific traits to the forces that shape patterns of variation across genomes, populations and species. Traits of interest include morphology, physiology.

From genomes to biomes, from microbes to plants and animals, the Gordon Research Conference on Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics will highlight how genome-enabled approaches are helping to rapidly advance our understanding of the complicated relationship between genotype, phenotype and.

: Bioinformatic Tools for Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics Article (PDF Available) in Evolutionary bioinformatics online 6(6) October with Reads How we measure. Finally, an eBook version of this now classic textbook has become available.

Largely based on the 6th edition, published inthis version is competitively priced. Written by well-known ecologist Eric R.

Pianka, a student of the late Robert H. MacArthur, this timeless treatment of evolutionary ecology, first published inwill endure for many decades to come. Read "An Introduction to Ecological Genomics" by Nico M.

van Straalen available from Rakuten Kobo. The genomics revolution has expanded from its origins in molecular biology to impact upon every discipline in the life s Brand: OUP Oxford. The Gordon Conference on Evolutionary & Ecological Genomics will present cutting-edge research on using genomics approaches to study adaptation of organisms to changing environments, genome evolution and population genetics, as well as the evolution of complex phenotypes.Evolutionary & Ecological Functional Genomics was held inwhich covered many aspects of this emerging field.

A special funding program on " Ecological and Evolutionary functional genomics" coordinated by the European Science Foundation (ESF) has been implemented inwith funding starting in Next generation.The mechanisms that account for the variation and evolution of genome size in conifers are addressed in this review.

ecological and evolutionary constraints may affect the. conifer genome.