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The germline mutation rate (GMR) sets the pace at which mutations, the raw material of evolution, are introduced into the genome. By sequencing a dataset of unprecedently broad phylogenetic scope, Bergeron et al. estimated species-specific GMR, offering numerous insights into how this parameter shapes and is shaped by life-history traits.

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Trends Genet

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