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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Figure 1: Cladogram showing relationships among molluscs with publicly available sequenced genomes and summary statistics for those data.


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Halanych, K., Kocot, K. Genome evolution: Shellfish genes. Nat Ecol Evol 1, 0142 (2017).

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