Migration of the Monarch | GenomeWeb

Researchers from University of Massachusetts Medical School and Genome Project Solutions present on the draft genome of the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus, in Cell this week. Monarch butterflies migrate each fall from North America to central Mexico, and the researchers focus their analyses on gene families in the 273 Mb genome likely to be involved in seasonal migration.

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