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Genome evolution: Shellfish genes

Three new bivalve genomes are resources for comparative genomics over broad timescales, providing a glimpse into the evolution of understudied marine animals and their adaptations to extreme environments.

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  1. Kenneth M. Halanych is in the Department of Biological Sciences and the Molette Biology Laboratory for Environmental and Climate Change Studies, Auburn University, Alabama 36849, USA.

    • Kenneth M. Halanych
  2. Kevin M. Kocot is in the Department of Biological Sciences and the Alabama Museum of Natural History, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487, USA.

    • Kevin M. Kocot

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