Adaptation coincides with the '60s cleanup of toxic pollution in Seattle's Lake Washington
May 19, 2008
Evolution is supposed to inch forward over eons, but in the case of the little threespine stickleback fish, the process can go in relative warp-speed reverse, according to a study led by Hutchinson Center's Dr. Katie Peichel and published online ahead of print in the May 20 issue of Current Biology (Cell Press)
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