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Peppered moth melanism mutation is a transposable element

One of the most known examples of natural selection in action is the evolution of the peppered moth (Biston betularia), the rapid replacement of the light-colored form of the moth (typica) by a dark-colored form (carbonaria) (Fig. 1) during 1800s … Continue reading

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