Evolution of a Fruit Fly, Evolution of a Human | GenomeWeb

Last week, researchers at UC Irvine published a study in Nature that seemed to confirm the evolutionary theory that the exploitation of small differences in many different genes were responsible for new traits in fruit flies, rather that a large mutation in one single genes.

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