• In the absence of genetic variation, asexual invasive species find new methods of adapting to their environment

    1 month ago - By ScienceDaily

    New research has found that two types of weevils, common yet invasive beetles in many parts of the world, have been using epigenetic changes to adapt and respond to different toxins in the plants they eat. The findings have implications for how we consider asexual invaders and how successful they can be because of gene regulation.
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