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Tag Archives: Cnidaria
The eyes have it!
Eyes are pretty darn complicated, which makes them cool models for studying complex trait evolution. Maybe the first time I realized how interesting eyes are when I saw this by the oatmeal about the amazing-ness of the mantis shrimp (are they your … Continue reading
Posted in bioinformatics, evolution, genomics, next generation sequencing, phylogenetics Tagged Cnidaria, complex trait evolution, eyes, opsins Leave a comment