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Evolution: over and over again, but with a twist

Some of the topics and studies I’ve written about (fish and PCBs, salamanders and road run-off, for example) share an interesting phenomenon which is the evolution of resistance to the same toxicant but in disparate populations. This seems to occur even when evolution occurs fairly rapidly (or perhaps especially when evolution is rapid?!). ¬†While the […]