Carnival of Evolution, Number 46 -- The Tree (structures) of Life
Welcome to Carnival of Evolution, Number 46. I am your host, Bradly Alicea. This month's theme is: the Tree (structures) of Life. Since this blog covers a mix of both biological and computational content, it is fitting that we explore this month's submissions in the context of trees (the computational kind) and biological classification (the biological kind). I will indulge in a historical and technical overview of trees used in evolutionary analysis, then present this month's posts.
The next Carnival of Evolution (May) will be hosted by John Wilkins and the one after that by PZ Myers. You can send articles directly to them or you can submit your articles at Carnival of Evolution. Bjørn is looking for someone to host the July edition. He would prefer someone who has not hosted before. Contact him at the Carnival of Evolution blog.