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Cyclops eyes give insight into how new traits may evolve

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Beetles with cyclops eyes have given Indiana University scientists insight into how new traits may evolve through the recruitment of existing genes — even if these genes are already carrying out critical functions. The study, reported in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, was led by Eduardo Zattara, a postdoctoral researcher in the IU […]

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