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Morphology and genome of a snailfish from the Mariana Trench provide insights into deep-sea adaptation

When organisms (any thing living) are faced with an adverse environment, or when they cope with adversity over long periods of time, their genomes constantly change in order to adapt, improve their survival success (i.e. finding food, avoiding predators, and … Continue reading

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