Predicting Effects of Genetic Mutations: For Tomato Genes, One Plus One Doesn’t Always Make Two

Predicting Effects of Genetic Mutations: For Tomato Genes, One Plus One Doesn’t Always Make Two

Different combinations of mutations can affect the size of tomatoes unpredictably. In
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Unearthing Neanderthal Population History Using Ancient Nuclear DNA From Cave Sediments

Galería de las Estatuas cave site in northern Spain. Credit: Javier Trueba
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Diversity of Tiny Bobtail Squid Driven by Major Ancient Biogeographic Events

Bobtail and bottletail squids are tiny marine invertebrates that are found throughout
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Scientists Resurrect “Forgotten” Genus of Symbiotic Algae Living in Marine Animals

“Yellow cells” of the symbiotic algae, Philozoon collosum, isolated from the soft
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New Chili Hybrids: Genetics Research Could Lead to Variety of New Flavors

There are 35 species of pepper in the Capsicum family, including five
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Genetically Modified Tomatoes Counteract Heart Disease

Image: Koraysa/Shutterstock Researchers have developed a genetically modified tomato that produces a
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High Capacity DNA Data Storage: Could All Your Digital Photos Be Stored As DNA?

MIT biological engineers have demonstrated a way to easily retrieve data files
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Raucous Barks Reverberating in the Night Lead to the Discovery of New Species

The raucous calls of tree hyraxes — small, herbivorous mammals — reverberate
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