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Contents | Science 374, 6569
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COVER A tiger rockfish (Sebastes nigrocinctus) nestled in a cluster of rocks. Tiger rockfish can live as long as 116 years. A genomic analysis of 88 species reveals the genetic underpinnings of rockfish life spans, which range from 11 years for the shortest-lived species (Sebastes minor) to >200 years for the ultra-long-lived rougheye rockfish (Sebastes aleutianus). See pages 824 and 842. Photo: Flip Nicklin/Minden Pictures

Science

  • Volume 374|
  • Issue 6569|
  • 12 Nov 2021

COVER A tiger rockfish (Sebastes nigrocinctus) nestled in a cluster of rocks. Tiger rockfish can live as long as 116 years. A genomic analysis of 88 species reveals the genetic underpinnings of rockfish life spans, which range from 11 years for the shortest-lived species (Sebastes minor) to >200 years for the ultra-long-lived rougheye rockfish (Sebastes aleutianus). See pages 824 and 842. Photo: Flip Nicklin/Minden Pictures

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    “Viruslike particles” open the way to easier study of viral mutations, proteins
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