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Taking sibling rivalry to a whole new level.

Picture it. You are a larva, freshly hatched from an egg, and squirming around with just one goal. Survive. How best to survive? Well, you need food pronto; you’ve literally never been hungrier in your life!! You survey your options, … Continue reading

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One Guppy to Rule Them All.

Trying to find a paper on experimental evolution wasn’t an easy task for me. I found papers that I thought were interesting, but were lacking in experimental evolutionary methods and others that bored me to death. Personally guppies are what come to mind … Continue reading

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The Red Queen, Evolution, and Sex!

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Evolution in our backyard

Evolution. A quick Google search will tell you evolution is “the process by which different kinds of living organism are believed to have developed from earlier forms during the history of the earth”. That answers the what. But who is … Continue reading

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The first time I heard about bacteriophages.

I was in an Advanced Placement Biology class in Morgan Hill California and our teacher, the treasured, Mr. Hemeon (surfer, musician, general biology-aficionado and all-rounder) had encouraged us each to do science fair projects on something we found interesting. My … Continue reading

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