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Genetic Study Confirms Previously Untested Evolutionary Assumption

News   Jun 02, 2017 | Original story from University of Michigan

 
Genetic Study Confirms Previously Untested Evolutionary Assumption

A circular phylogenetic tree of the 173 bird species included in the study and colored according to the rates they produce species over deep time. Surrounding the tree are triangles depicting the rate of population differentiation within each species. Image credit: Michael Harvey, PNAS

 
 
 

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