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A new study on the gut microbiome of closely related wasp species in genus Nasonia provides evidence for the controversial hologenomic theory of evolution, which states that the genomes of both a host and its microbial symbiotes contribute to host speciation.

By | July 29, 2013

Robert Brucker and Seth Bordenstein/Vanderbilt University

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