How the Leopard Gets Its Spots.

@inproceedings{Murray1988HowTL,
  title={How the Leopard Gets Its Spots.},
  author={James D. Murray},
  year={1988}
}
  • James D. Murray
  • Published 1988
  • Biology
  • ammals exhibit a remarkable variety of coat patterns; the variety has elicited a comparable variety of explanations—many of them at the level of cogency that prevails in Rudyard Kipling's delightful "How the Leopard Got Its Spots." Although genes control the processes involved in coat pattern formation, the actual mechanisms that create the patterns are still not known. It would be attractive from the viewpoint of both evolutionary and developmental biology if a single mechanism were found to… CONTINUE READING

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