Author(s): Boughman JW
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Abstract In this issue, Miller et al. (2007) show that evolution makes repeated use of the same genes to produce light pigmentation in animals as divergent as stickleback fish and humans. This study indicates that analyzing parallel evolution at the genetic level could help to answer a number of outstanding questions in evolutionary genetics.
This article was published in Cell
and referenced in Journal of Primatology