We should to a broader view of how this could spread to other animals and plants.

The research underscores the idea that evolution also include the other cases in which traits are passed in unexpected directions. We now know that the dogs were the caretakers of a genetic legacy that may be very beneficial to wolves, said Barsh. We should to a broader view of how this could spread to other animals and plants. .

Her intention was. Earlier work in the Barsh lab that developed a mechanism controlling pigmentation in dogs that other mammals other mammals – We have to acknowledge that a short research project that wolves and dogs expects the same genetic pathway that determines black coat color to be divided, said Anderson. But the story is more interesting when we expanded our research and asked about the origin of the mutation in wolves. .

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