A single gene controls species diversity in an ecosystem

Date:

Share post:

This Content Is Only For Subscribers

Please subscribe to unlock this content. Enter your email to get access.
Your email address is 100% safe from spam!

ADVERTISEMENT

spot_img

Related articles

Speciation: Birds of a feather…

Carrion crows and hooded crows are almost indistinguishable genetically, and hybrid offspring are fertile. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich...

Life may have arrived from space

New research shows that organic molecules, on which life is based, can survive the impact from a meteorite. False-coloured...

Clay may have been birthplace of life, new study suggests

Clay, a seemingly infertile blend of minerals, might have been the birthplace of life on Earth. Or at...

They were once domestic pets, then natural selection made dingoes wild

Believed to have been pets at one stage in their evolution, the origins of the Australian dingo are...

Stickleback study reveals ‘parallel’ evolution

Animal species in different parts of the world can evolve in "parallel" in response to similar conditions, according...

Earth’s climate life story, 3 billion years in the making

One of Earth's greatest mysteries is how it transformed itself, ever so gradually, from a barren ball of...

The origin of snakes: New evolutionary scenario presented

The early evolution of snakes happened from surface-terrestrial to burrowing in the lizard-snake transition suggests a research group...

How does cooperation evolve?

In nature, organisms often support each other in order to gain an advantage. However, this kind of cooperation...