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Evolution of a deadly virus - Phys.Org


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They report in the Journal of Virology that EEEV appears to evolve relatively slowly and that strains have long-term persistence and higher genetic diversity in Florida, compared to strains from northeastern states such as New York and Massachusetts.

Genetics and Molecular Biology - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News


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The Genetics and Molecular Biology app is aimed for younger students (middle school and high school); however, it could also serve as a review resource for introductory biology students at the undergraduate level. The app provides basic background ...

Evolution AI Corporation Strengthens Offer to Purchase Pulse Evolution shares for $1.10 per Share; Announces Public ... - PR Newswire (press release)


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HOBE SOUND, Fla., May 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Evolution AI Corporation today reiterated its offer to purchase unrestricted, 'public float' shares in Pulse Evolution Corporation (OTC:PLFX), at $1.10 per share, in registered and freely marketable share ...

Evolution 101: Genetic Drift

Berkeley - United States

One of the basic mechanisms of evolution, genetic drift affects the genetic makeup of a population through an entirely random process.

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Introduction to the basic mechanisms of evolutionary change: mutations, gene flow, genetic shuffling, and development.

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Hyperlinked article about the mechanism of evolution that acts in concert with natural selection to change the characteristics of species over time.

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Describes the how genetic drift, one of the most important mechanisms of evolution, works.

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Evolution 101 provides the nuts-and-bolts on the patterns and mechanisms of evolution.

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Describes cases where two (or more) species reciprocally affect each other's evolution.

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