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Featured Content Article 29 July Natural selection contributed to immunological differences between hunter-gatherers and agriculturalists Variation in responses to bacterial and viral stimuli between Batwa rainforest hunter-gatherers and Bakiga agriculturalists from Uganda suggests population-level divergence under natural selection, with hunter-gatherers disproportionately showing signatures of positive selection. Article 19 August A meta-analysis of 1, manipulative experiments on terrestrial carbon-cycling responses to global change A synthesis of global change experiments that manipulated temperature, precipitation, carbon dioxide or nitrogen identifies a need to consider site-specific factors and interactions in Earth system models.

Announcement Humboldt September 14th marks years since the birth of explorer-naturalist Alexander von Humboldt. Perspective 23 September Open Access A checklist for maximizing reproducibility of ecological niche models The authors evaluate the reproducibility of ecological niche modelling literature and provide a checklist of crucial items for more reproducible ecological niche models. Matters Arising 23 September Reply to: More evidence is needed to show that heritability and selection are not associated Jip J. Ramakers , Antica Culina , Marcel E.

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