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Hydraulic constraints in the functional scaling of trees

Functional and Developmental Constraint in Convergent Evolution

Clock Gene Evolution: Seasonal Timing, Phylogenetic Signal, or Functional Constraint?

High Intron Sequence Conservation Across Three Mammalian Orders Suggests Functional Constraints

Neural Constraints on a Functional Architecture for Word Recognition

Explaining the Final-over-Final Constraint: Formal and Functional Approaches*

Rapid evolution of a primate sperm protein: relaxation of functional constraint or positive Darwinian selection?

Inferring functional constraints and divergence in protein families using 3D mapping of phylogenetic information

Relaxation of Functional Constraint on Light-Independent Protochlorophyllide Oxidoreductase in Thuja

Evaluating the Roles of Energetic Functional Constraints on Teleost Mitochondrial-Encoded Protein Evolution

Mitochondrial–Nuclear Interactions: Compensatory Evolution or Variable Functional Constraint among Vertebrate Oxidative Phosphorylation Genes?

Uncovering the Functional Constraints Underlying the Genomic Organization of the Odorant-Binding Protein Genes

Storage and mobilization as antagonistic functional constraints on seed storage globulin evolution

A new method for revealing correlated mutations under the structural and functional constraints in proteins

Constraint-based functional similarity of metabolic genes: going beyond network topology†

Physiological Characteristics of Capacity Constraints in Working Memory as Revealed by Functional MRI

Improvement in protein functional site prediction by distinguishing structural and functional constraints on protein family evolution using computational design

 

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The extent to which a region of DNA is intolerant of mutation, due to a reduction in its ability to carry out the function encoded.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.


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