Perspectives on Ecological and Evolutionary Systems Biology
Arabidopsis thaliana, Caenorhabditis elegans, Drosophila species, ecological genomics, epigenetics, ecological transcriptome, experimental design, flowering time network, Fundulus, heteroclitus, natural environment, non-model systems
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This chapter contains sections titled: Emergent properties of systems biology, ecology and evolution Complex environments and ecological systems biology Gene networks and the ecological transcriptome Analysis of systems biology data: the role of ecological and evolutionary methods The ecological and evolutionary context of model organisms: the example of Arabidopsis and beyond Natural variation in genomes and gene networks The future of ecological and evolutionary systems biology Acknowledgements References
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Perspectives on Ecological and Evolutionary Systems Biology, in G. M. Coruzzi & R. A. Gutierrez (Eds.), Annual Plant Reviews, Plant Systems Biology, v. 35, p. 331-351
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Richards, Christina L.; Hanzawa, Yoshie; Katari, Manpreet; Ehrenreich, Ian M.; Englemann, Kathleen E.; and Purugganan, Michael D., "Perspectives on Ecological and Evolutionary Systems Biology" (2009). Integrative Biology Faculty and Staff Publications. 50.