Latest Artificial selection Stories
Previous theories have posited that domesticated animals have been cut off from their wild counterparts, but a new study slated for publication in the PNAS journal has found that wild and domestic animals have interbred more than previously thought.
The new species angling for the position of top dog and the surreptitious behavior it displays in doing so can only lead one to surmise that this animal is acting, well, like a rat.
The origins of rice have been cast in a new light by research publishing in the open-access journal PLoS Genetics on June 9, 2011.
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