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In a recent opinion piece, Denis Duboule has claimed that the increasing shift towards systems biology is driving evolutionary and developmental biology apart, and that a true reunification of these

In a recent opinion piece, Denis Duboule has claimed that the increasing shift towards systems biology is driving evolutionary and developmental biology apart, and that a true reunification of these two disciplines within the framework of evolutionary developmental biology (EvoDevo) may easily take another 100 years. He identifies methodological, epistemological, and social differences as causes for this supposed separation. Our article provides a contrasting view.

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    • 2015-02-17
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1007/s13752-015-0203-5
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    Jaeger, J., Laubichler, M., & Callebaut, W. (2015). The Comet Cometh: Evolving Developmental Systems. Biological Theory, 10(1), 36-49. doi:10.1007/s13752-015-0203-5

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