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In Nature this week, a team led by Colorado State University researchers published an evolutionary study of guppies, providing details about how organisms adapt to environmental change. The researchers transplanted wild Trinidadian guppy from a stream with predatory pike fish into two predator-free streams, then compared gene expression patterns in the brains of the original and transplanted populations after several generations.

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