Coelacanth Genome Informs Land Verteb...

Coelacanth Genome Informs Land Vertebrate Evolution

There are 1 comment on the Science, Industry and Business story from Apr 18, 2013, titled Coelacanth Genome Informs Land Vertebrate Evolution. In it, Science, Industry and Business reports that:

An historic fish, with an intriguing past, now has had its genome sequenced, providing a wealth of information on the genetic changes that accompanied the adaptation from an aquatic environment to land.

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Frank Abernathy

Cincinnati, OH

#1 Apr 18, 2013
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