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The slow, and sometimes incomplete, journey to diploidy

Whether you are reading this as a plant, an animal, or fungus, it is likely that some ancestor of yours doubled up on genomes.¬†However, it is likely that these extra genomes disappeared over evolutionary time. What gives? Where are those¬†extra … Continue reading

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