Scientists use microRNAs to track evolutionary history
A team of scientists from Yale University and Dartmouth College has used microRNA data to investigate the evolutionary relationships of annelids, which include earthworms, leeches and bristle worms, to show that this large animal group evolved as a single, unique evolutionary branch.
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Can we say, yet MORE predictions of the TOE come true? Affirmative.
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