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The most massive database of microbial gene sequences so far shows that the tree of life is much larger than we knew.
The most massive database of microbial gene sequences so far shows that the tree of life is much larger than we knew.
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Microbes found themselves buried in the dirt 101.5 million years ago, back before even Tyrannosaurus rex when Earth’s biggest meat-eating dinosaur, called Spinosaurus roamed the planet. Time passed, continents shifted, oceans rose and fell, _...Read More_
Microbes found themselves buried in the dirt 101.5 million years ago, back before even Tyrannosaurus rex when Earth’s biggest meat-eating dinosaur, called Spinosaurus roamed the planet. Time passed, continents shifted, oceans rose and fell, _...Read More_