Researchers struggle to incorporate ongoing evolutionary discoveries into an animal classification scheme older than Darwin.
New studies revise ideas about the symbiosis that gave mitochondria to cells and about whether the last common ancestor of all eukaryotes was one cell or many.
An unexpected mechanism allows wasps to rapidly co-opt genes for new toxic functions.
A definitive explanation for why plants evolved spines remains elusive, and human biases compound the problem.
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