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In Science this week, members of the Ruminant Genome Project (RGP) publish three studies presenting the initiative's first findings. In one paper, researchers generate and analyze de novo assembled genomes of 44 ruminant species, representing all six Ruminantia families. They use the genomes to create a time-calibrated phylogenic tree of the animals, resolving the evolutionary history of many ruminant genera.

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