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To assess the ocean’s health, ecology’s “rugged individualists” learned to get with the big data program.
Spiders appear to offload cognitive tasks to their webs, making them one of a number of species with a mind that isn’t fully confined within the head.
Answering three questions can help reveal how the “inheritance of acquired characteristic” fits into modern evolutionary theory.
The proteins that unravel as the temperature starts to rise turn out to be among the most vital.
The new experiments suggest that simple models can explain the behavior of thousands of interacting organisms.
The computational biologist John Novembre uses our genetic code to rewrite the history of humanity.
How to calculate when a gene’s rate of evolution will slow to a crawl.
How quickly will a gene’s rate of evolution slow to a crawl?
Examine evolution over the course of years or centuries, and you’ll find that it progresses much more quickly than it does over geologic time.
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