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Research demonstrates shared rules of development can predict patterns of evolution in different species

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The evolution and development of structures as diverse as limbs, fingers, teeth, somites and vertebrae may have more in common than once believed, according to a new study by UMass Dartmouth Biology faculty member Kathryn Kavanagh, PhD, and UC San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine Assistant Professor Nathan Young, PhD.


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