Geneticists go ape for better primate...

Geneticists go ape for better primate family tree

There are 1 comment on the Science News story from Mar 15, 2012, titled Geneticists go ape for better primate family tree. In it, Science News reports that:

The first gorilla genome and a more detailed look at chimp genetics provide new clues to evolution of humans and their closest relatives Scientists have translated the complete genetic instruction book of a western lowland gorilla named Kamilah, who lives at the San Diego Zoo.

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carlos ferral

Matamoros, Mexico

#1 Mar 15, 2012
this is amazing

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