One genome, multiple phenotypes: decoding the evolution and mechanisms of environmentally induced developmental plasticity in insects
Biochemical Society Transactions, March 2023
Kane J. Yoon, Christopher B. Cunningham, Amanda Bretman, Elizabeth J. Duncan
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