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News Item Darwin day, Darwin year and the Diversity of Life erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 13.02.2010 03:49
The Darwin year 2009 is over, but the importance of evolution for life on this planet has not changed. 2010, the year of biodiversity highlights different aspects of evolution and our need to act on what we know.
Folder 2010 erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 12.02.2010 12:42
News about evolution@home from 2010.
Image Stop Software Patents erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 18.01.2010 15:04
Stop software patents petition in the EU banner
News Item evolution@home at InSpace, University of Edinburgh erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 07.12.2009 15:22
evolution@home and research programs that help to work out Darwin's ideas will be discussed at InSpace, University of Edinburgh.
Event evolution@home | Let's work out Darwin's ideas erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 07.12.2009 15:03
An event on evolutionary biology, simulation and the challenge to work out Darwin's ideas in detail. Brought to you by InSpace, University of Edinburgh.
Page Overview erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 20.07.2009 07:34
This overview points to teaching resources, tools for searching literature and content of important journals for evolutionary research.
Folder Posters erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 14.07.2009 14:24
Poster presentations of my work.
News Item Introducing evolutionary systems biology erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 10:04
A new framework was developed for combining modern systems biology and evolutionary genetics. Evolutionary systems biology may help us to answer some of the most difficult problems in evolutionary biology.
Event Symposium on Evolutionary Systems Biology erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 09:37
The 2009 congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biologists (ESEB) will host a symposium on evolutionary systems biology. Look forward to an exciting series of talks that explore how systems biology might contribute to answer some of the most difficult problems in evolutionary biology.
Page Quick start for newcomers erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 08:21
This page describes how easy it is to start contributing CPU-power to evolution@home.
Page Contribute erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 08:07
How you can help.
Image Distribution of deleterious mutational effects (DDME) erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:48
Three different possible types of DDMEs as computed from DNA diversity data in the fruitflies Drosophila miranda and D. pseudoobscura. The lognormal distribution is the only one that can explain the observed numbers of lethal mutations (right axis). The normal DDME could not even explain the observed diversity data (best possible fit shown). The vertical grey line marks the border to effective neutrality (Nes = 0.5 with Ne = 837000). For more details, see Loewe & Charlesworth (2006, http://www.journals.royalsoc.ac.uk/openurl.asp?genre=article&issn=1744-9561&volume=2&issue=3&spage=426).
Image Evolutionary theory unifies Biology erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:47
Evolution as a theory is general enough to ultimately include every field in biology (see http://www.biomedcentral.com/1752-0509/3/27).
Image Organization of the human genome erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:43
This overview shows all chromosomes of the human genome as seen in the Ensembl Genome browser. Genome browsers allow zooming in until the actual sequence of individual genes can be seen (see http://www.ensembl.org/Homo_sapiens/).
Image The structure of DNA is a double helix erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:42
DNA is like the paper for a text written with the 4 letters A, T, C and G. The structure of DNA is a double helix, where Adenine pairs with Thymine and Cytosine pairs with Guanine. This knowledge started the molecular biology revolution in 1953. Today many biologists do 'sequencing', i.e. read DNA sequences, routinely. For detail on this molecule see http://www.imb-jena.de/cgi-bin/ImgLib.pl?CODE=1bna.
Image Structure of a protein erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:41
The molecular structure of the protein that allows mammals to see by transforming the light in the eye into a noticeable signal. The various secondary structure elements (e.g. the red alpha helices) can be seen clearly. For more details see http://www.imb-jena.de/cgi-bin/ImgLib.pl?CODE=1f88.
Image The Ribosome erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:41
The ribosome is a hugely complicated molecular machine that translates mRNA into amino acid sequences. This picture shows only a part of the molecular structure of a ribosome. For more details see http://www.fli-leibniz.de/cgi-bin/ImgLib.pl?CODE=2b64.
Page Why evolution matters erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:41
Evolutionary biology touches many topics of practical importance. It also investigates some fascinating questions. Here is a very selective shortlist.
Page EvoHo erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 07:17
Introduction to evolution@home
Page EvRe erstellt von Laurence Loewe, zuletzt aktualisiert: 11.07.2009 06:59
Introduction to evolutionary-research, the scientific research initiative.