Monday, May 21, 2007

Warming and Evolution

One of my colleagues at Rutgers pointed out this link to me. Hosted at UC Berkeley, the site's homepage contains links to a bunch of interesting topics related to evobio. I found the original link interesting, because even though it was written with a global warming slant, the main take-away from the article should show how temperature can be such an important selective pressure, spurring evolutionary adaptations within relatively few generations.

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