Genome digest: What researchers are learning as they sequence, map, and decode species’ genomes

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What can the coelacanth genome tell us about the evolution of limbs? What secrets do turtle genomes hold to holding one’s breath for an entire winter? How do bacteria bounce back after their encounters with vaccinated people? This article offers a breakdown of the latest in genome-mapping studies and their implications of human and agricultural health.

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