Men of science Alter acquiring Fish Brain to Resemble That of Another Species

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have determined that by using chemicals to control genes in a developing fertilized egg, they have been capable to convert the brain of one type of cichlid fish to resemble that of different. The investigators also ascertained divergences in the general modeling of the brain very early in evolution before working neurons form in a procedure known as neurogenesis. This discovering is at odds with a well-held hypothesis called "late equals large."

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