Evolution May Be Predictable

A recent study challenges the conventional view of evolution, suggesting it’s not as unpredictable as believed. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), the research led by Professor James McInerney and Dr. Alan Beavan (University of Nottingham) and Dr. Maria Rosa Domingo-Sananes (Nottingham Trent University) unveils a more nuanced understanding. Contrary to the assumption of randomness, the study indicates that a genome’s evolutionary trajectory may be influenced by its history, shedding light on an invisible ecosystem of gene interactions.

Source NeuroScienceNews

Author: Neurologica