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Genetic Redundancy Gives Bacteria an Advantage in Symbiosis With Squid

News   Aug 16, 2019 | Original story from Penn State

 
Genetic Redundancy Gives Bacteria an Advantage in Symbiosis With Squid

Adult Hawaiian bobtail squid. New research shows that genetic redundancy aids competition among luminescent bacteria that colonize the squid's light organ. Credit: Andrew Cecere.

 
 
 

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