Consequences of starvation last generations, at least for worms

DURHAM, N.C., July 31 (UPI) — New research suggests starved worms generate smaller, hardier offspring for at least three generations. The findings, detailed in the journal Genetics, prove that famine can have long lasting effects. Nematode worms take an all-or-nothing

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