Social insect genomes exhibit dramatic evolution in gene composition and regulation while preserving regulatory features linked to sociality
Genomes of eusocial insects code for dramatic examples of phenotypic plasticity and social organization. We compared the genomes of seven ants, the honeybee, and various solitary insects to examine whether eusocial lineages share distinct features of geno
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