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Inherit the RNA

A new study in Cell shows that C. elegans doesn't need DNA or even epigenetics to pass traits down through the generations, says 80beats' Veronique Greenwood. Some worms can use RNA to fight off viruses and that these molecules — and the ability to fight the virus — can be passed on for more than 100 generations, she adds.

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