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New Tool Empowers Population Genetics

News   Mar 25, 2019 | Original Press Release from Florida State University

 
New Tool Empowers Population Genetics

The FSU researchers' new model allows for increased variation in simulations designed to identify the origins of genetic differences. The graph shows the many different environments that can change the potential of an ancestor to produce offspring. Credit: Peter Beerli

 
 
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