New coral research exposes genomic underpinnings of adaptation

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin have observed for the first time that separate populations of the same species—in this case, coral—can diverge in their capacity to regulate genes when adapting to their local environment. The research, published today in Nature Ecology and Evolution, reveals a new way for populations to adapt that may help predict how they will fare under climate change.

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