Wasp Transcriptome Analysis Hints at Evolution of Social Behavior | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Worker wasps have a more active transcriptome than queen wasps do, Seirian Sumner, a senior lecturer at the University of Bristol, and her colleagues reported in Genome Biology yesterday.

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