Publishers of the Journal of Heredity
Join the AGA

EECG Epilogue: Characterizing and linking variation in admixture and secondary chemistry across a juniper hybrid zone and Sierra Nevada – Great Basin Desert ecotone

**The AGA grants EECG Research Awards each year to graduate students and post-doctoral researchers who are at a critical point in their research, where additional funds would allow them to conclude their research project and prepare it for publication. EECG awardees also get the opportunity to hone their science communication and write posts over their […]

Read more...


Behind the Science: Porifera genomics, the trickiness of an early emerging taxon

  About the blog author: Yvain Desplat graduated with Master of Science from Nova Southeastern University in Florida (August, 2020). His thesis work focused on characterizing gene responses after oil and dispersant exposure in marine sponges (Cinachyrella spp.) to establish the genus Cinachyrella as a bioindicator in the face of environmental challenges. He currently works […]

Read more...


Contextualizing IGE: A Call For Empirical Studies

**This post is a part of the series on the 2020 AGA Presidential Symposium – Genes as Environment: Indirect Genetic Effects on Evolution, Agriculture, & Medicine**     About the Blog Author: The following is a brief commentary on Baud et al. (2022) – Indirect Genetic Effects: A Cross-disciplinary Perspective on Empirical Studies by co-author […]

Read more...


Living Rainbows: Exploring the Genetics of Coloration in Birds

  About the Blog Author: Brinkley Thornton is a current accelerated bachelor’s to master’s student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and will become a full time masters student in the Summer of 2022. She currently works in the Krueger-Hadfield Evolutionary Ecology Lab. Her research interests include population genetics and plant ecology and evolutionary biology. […]

Read more...


Symposium Snippets: Ms. Mason Goes to Snowbird: An Undergraduate’s First Symposium

    About the Blog Author: Noelle Mason is an undergraduate at Colorado State University studying biology and conservation. She works with Dr. Kristen Ruegg’s lab researching relative telomere length in migratory yellow warblers. Noelle can be found on Twitter and Instagram.       The American Genetics Association President’s Symposium this year focused on Conservation […]

Read more...


Subscribe to Our Blog

Archives

Categories