Gynodioecy pathway: Besides monoecy, the sexual system most often discussed as a possible pathway to dioecy is gynodioecy (Darwin, 1877; Charlesworth and Charlesworth, 1978; Bachtrog et al., 2014). About 275 (1.8%) of the 14,559 genera of angiosperms have one or more gynodioecious species, and 59 genera have gynodioecious as well as dioecious species (Dufay et …

Gynodioecy Charlesworth, 1978) is that gynodioecy is normallyRead More »

DNA is what makes everyone in the world different from one another. There are endless possibilities and genes to make different combinations for every organism. It’s because of this that everyone physically look different. DNA, more specifically genetics, explain why some people have certain traits. How they work together tells how an organism will look. …

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Nature vs. Nurture The never-ending debate of nature vs. nurture is an interesting topic to discuss. Some people believe that everyone’s personality is pre-determined by genetics while others think it all has to do with your surroundings as you grow older with experiences. My belief is somewhere in between: People can be born with a …

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The unknown fact about chameleon!Screenshot_20180120-170436~2.png(https://steemitimages.com/DQmaS76xeZgHRHA9YVg7ZWagyC8ZDSYC5hMQV99kM2QhFDY/Screenshot_20180120-170436~2.png)Before making thorough research about this little creature called **chameleon**, I have always known this colorful lizard as been able to adapt to its environment in term of changing color exactly the way it environment is, but I was wrong. I know there are lot of people like me who have …

The snout[[1]](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chameleon). The chameleon is capable of rotatingRead More »