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Date:4/13/2008

des clear mapping between genetics and the dynamics of population change, which will help in future studies of how molecular interactions can influence population changes, a central theme of ecology, You said. There are literally unlimited ways to change variables in this system to examine in detail the interplay between environment, gene regulation and population dynamics.

With additional control over the mixing or segregating of different populations, we should be able to program bacteria to mimic the development and differentiation of more complex organisms, he said.


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