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Chronicles of an adaptive radiation

The adaptive radiation of notothenioid fishes after the Antarctic glaciation was preceded by rapid genomic evolution and reduced bone density.

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Fig. 1: Timeline of key events chronicled in Daane et al.1.


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Longo, S.J. Chronicles of an adaptive radiation. Nat Ecol Evol 3, 1005–1006 (2019).

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