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The Worm Species That Lost 7,000 Genes After Evolving to Fertilize Itself

News   Jan 08, 2018 | Original story from University of Maryland

 
The Worm Species That Lost 7,000 Genes After Evolving to Fertilize Itself

A male and a hermaphroditic C. briggsae mating, or breeding via outcrossing. The hermaphrodite is the larger of the pair. Photo: Da Yin

 
 
 

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