Evolutionary Biology at IgMin Research | Science Group

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Evolutionary Biology is a captivating field that delves into the processes and mechanisms behind the development and diversification of life on Earth. At IgMin Research - STEM, we are committed to advancing our understanding of evolutionary biology through rigorous research and the dissemination of knowledge. Our multidisciplinary approach brings together experts from various scientific disciplines to explore the intricate tapestry of life's history and the forces that have shaped it.

With a focus on both the micro and macro aspects of evolution, our journal publishes cutting-edge research articles, reviews, and insights that span a wide range of topics within evolutionary biology. From the molecular changes that drive adaptation to the grand patterns of speciation and extinction, we aim to provide a platform that fosters collaboration and innovation among researchers, educators, and enthusiasts alike.

  • Natural selection and adaptation
  • Genetic drift and population genetics.
  • Phylogenetics and comparative genomics
  • Evolutionary developmental biology (Evo-Devo)
  • Paleontology and fossil record analysis
  • Speciation and hybridization
  • Coevolution and mutualism
  • Evolutionary ecology and behavior
  • Human evolution and paleoanthropology
  • Evolution of complex traits and structures
  • Molecular evolution and functional genomics
  • Evolutionary medicine and disease
  • Evolution of social systems and communication
  • Biogeography and historical biogeography
  • Evolution of sex and reproductive strategies
  • Evolutionary origin of multicellularity
  • Cultural evolution and cultural transmission
  • Evolutionary perspectives on symbiosis
  • Evolutionary ethics and philosophy
  • Evolutionary psychology and behavior
  • Evolutionary conservation biology
  • Evolution of immunity and host-pathogen interactions
  • Evolutionary perspectives on aging and senescence
  • Evolution of plant-animal interactions
  • Evolution of epigenetics and non-genetic inheritance

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Mini Review Article ID: igmin115

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Climate Changes and Mango Production (Temperature)
by Khalifa SM and Abobatta WF

The mango, known as the {king of fruits}, is commercially significant in many parts of the world. In addition to offering a delicious tropical flavor, mangoes are a great source of nourishment and can make eating a satisfying and healthy sensory experience. Even though mango farming is known to exist in more than 120 n...ations, just 15 of them are responsible for more than 1% of the world’s supply. More than 60% of the mangoes produced worldwide are grown in India, China, Thailand, Indonesia and Mexico. The effects of climate change on agriculture must take into account the increasing CO2 concentration, a significant contributor to climate change, as CO2 is essential to critical plant functions, including photosynthesis. The fluctuation of temperature represents another climatic factor that affects mango productivity. The primary challenge facing the mango industry is irregular cultivation. The mango flowering was negatively impacted by the erratic distribution of cold nights and relatively warm winters. Mango output is already being impacted by rising average maximum temperatures. Therefore, regardless of mango growers, geniuses, or consumers, rapid climate change should be a top priority. A benefit of selection and breeding operations to adapt to climatic change is the high genetic variety of mangoes.

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