Genome Sequence Provides Clues to Pigeon Traits, Evolutionary History | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Most existing pigeon breeds trace their ancestry back thousands of years to sites in the Middle East, though racing pigeons share a closer-than-usual relationship with feral pigeon populations in North America, according to a genome sequencing study in the early, online edition of Science today.

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