Regulatory gene networks that shape the development of adaptive phenotypic plasticity in a cichlid fish.

Phenotypic plasticity is the ability of organisms with a given genotype to develop different phenotypes according to environmental stimuli, resulting in individuals that are better adapted to local conditions. In spite of their ecological importance, the developmental regulatory networks underlying plastic phenotypes often remain uncharacterized. We… CONTINUE READING

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