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Why we like to believe that dinosaurs were scaly

Why do we like to believe that dinosaurs were scaly?

From the BBC News-2015-7-28:8:5:1

Iberian lynx returns to Spain from verge of extinction

Hard work saves Spanish lynx from extinction

From the BBC News-2015-7-24:20:6:1

Four-legged snake fossil discovered

Scientists find the first ever four-legged snake, which lived at the time of the dinosaurs and probably dug burrows.

From the BBC News-2015-7-24:8:5:1

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Bioinformatics with Python Cookbook by Tiago Antao. (Jul 7).

Intl_J_Genomics has a call for Conservation Genomics papers. (Jun 22).

Biocode: The New Age of Genomics, by D.Field & N.Davies from Oxford Univ Press. (Jun 18).

The Rise of Birds: 225 Million Years of Evolution, 2ed, by S.Chatterjee, from Johns Hopkins Univ Press. (Jun 18).

Probabilistic Graphical Models for Genetics, Genomics, and Postgenomics, by C.Sinoquet & R.Mourad, from Oxford Univ Press. (Jun 10).

Eternal Ephemera Adaptation and the Origin of Species from the Nineteenth Century Through Punctuated Equilibria and Beyond, by N.Eldredge from Columbia Univ Press. (Jun 10).

Junk DNA A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome, by N.Carey from Columbia Univ Press. (Jun 5).

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Aug 1 08:00Toward major evolutionary transitions theory 2.0 - Eörs Szathmáry (PNAS)
Jul 31 08:00KLF/SP transcription factor family evolution: expansion, diversification, and innovation in eukaryotes - Jason S Presnell, Christine E Schnitzler, William E Browne (GBE)
Jul 31 08:00North-south colonization associated with local adaptation of the wild tomato species Solanum chilense - Katharina B. Böndel et al. (MBE)
Jul 30 08:00The genome of winter moth (Operophtera brumata) provides a genomic perspective on sexual dimorphism and phenology - Martijn F.L. Derks et al. (GBE)
Jul 30 08:00Site-specific amino-acid preferences are mostly conserved in two closely related protein homologs - Michael B. Doud, Orr Ashenberg, Jesse D. Bloom (MBE)
Jul 30 08:00BMD Loci Contribute to Ethnic And Developmental Differences in Skeletal Fragility Across Populations: Assessment of Evolutionary Selection Pressures - Carolina Medina-Gómez et al. (MBE)
Jul 30 08:00How do genomes create novel phenotypes? Insights from the loss of the worker caste in ant social parasites. - Chris R. Smith et al. (MBE)

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