CONTENTS 349, 403, & 408 Controlling chromosome pairing
27 JANUARY 2017 • VOLUME 355 • ISSUE 6323
Gender stereotypes about intellectual
ability emerge early and influence
children’s interests L. Bian et al.
391 PLANT SCIENCE
A chemical genetic roadmap to
improved tomato flavor D. Tieman et al.
IgG antibodies to dengue enhanced for
FcgRIIIA binding determine disease
severity T. T. Wang et al.
Overlapping memory trace indispensable
for linking, but not recalling, individual
memories J. Yokose et al.
403 A SUMO-ubiquitin relay recruits
proteasomes to chromosome axes to
regulate meiotic recombination
H. B. D. P. Rao et al.
408 Control of meiotic pairing and
recombination by chromosomally
tethered 26S proteasome
J. S. Ahuja et al.
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ON THE COVER
Consumers love to hate
the flavor of modern
with heirloom varieties.
Chemical and genetic
profiling of hundreds
of modern and heirloom tomatoes shows
why modern varieties are less flavorful and
provides the information necessary for
recovery of good flavor through breeding
guided by molecular genetics. See page 391.
Photo: Fred Michel
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366 PROTEIN STABILITY
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367 ATMOSPHERIC ICE
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371 SOLID-STATE PHYSICS
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374 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
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385 FOREST CONSERVATION
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