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Extreme environments are coded into the genomes of the organisms that live there

By Kathleen A. Hill, Associate Professor Biology, Western University
Lila Kari, Professor, Computer Science, University of Waterloo
Computer analysis of the genomes of extremophiles — organisms that live in extreme environments — reveals that their living conditions are recorded in their DNA.The Conversation

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