Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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Two members of the University of Michigan's new Covid-19 council are part of the EEB community: Cindee Giffen, lecturer, and Luis Zaman, assistant professor of ecology and evolution and complex systems.
The warmest of welcomes to the newest additions to the faculty in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology: Aimée Classen, D. André Green, Carly Nowicki and Nate Sanders.
Howler monkey genetics study shows similarities to archaic gene flow between humans and Neanderthals
Marcella Baiz (U-M EEB Ph.D. 2019) published part of her dissertation investigating a primate hybrid zone to try to understand the genetic basis of reproductive isolation of two closely related species: the mantled howler monkey and the Mexican black howler monkey. A hybrid zone is a place where two species coexist and occasionally interbreed in a process called hybridization.
The paper was selected as the cover story and an Editor’s Choice.
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