Crab Legs and Lobster Claws

@article{Pennisi1997CrabLA,
  title={Crab Legs and Lobster Claws},
  author={Elizabeth Pennisi},
  journal={Science},
  year={1997},
  volume={277},
  pages={36 - 36}
}
From the microscopic water flea to the tasty Alaskan king crab, crustaceans owe much of their success to the number and variety of their legs. New developmental studies show that a seemingly simple change in where two genes are expressed may be responsible for some of this diversity. 
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