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Multi-celled Animals Didn't Evolve The Way We Thought

News   Jun 17, 2019 | Original story from The University of Queensland

 
An Evolutionary Plot Twist

Scanning electron microscopy image of an Amphimedon queenslandica intact choanocyte chamber in which many individual choanocytes are visible. Image credit: Rebecca Fieth

 
 
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