Eyeless <em>C. elegans</em> Perceives Colors: Study
Eyeless C. elegans Perceives Colors: Study
The roundworm uses cues from visible light to help avoid eating toxic bacteria with a distinguishing hue.
Eyeless C. elegans Perceives Colors: Study
Eyeless C. elegans Perceives Colors: Study

The roundworm uses cues from visible light to help avoid eating toxic bacteria with a distinguishing hue.

The roundworm uses cues from visible light to help avoid eating toxic bacteria with a distinguishing hue.

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Image of the Day: Ancient Traces
Image of the Day: Ancient Traces
The Scientist Staff | Sep 12, 2017
Scientists uncovered 500-million-year-old fossilized burrows, up to 600 microns in diameter, made by one of the world’s first freely moving animals.