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tsjok45 wrote on Jun 25, '09, edited on Jun 25, '09


A newly hatched nymph of the American grasshopper, Schistocerca americana..
One of the hallmarks of insect evolution is differential enlargement of hind legs between insect species.
Changes in expression of a single homeotic gene, Ultrabithorax, may control this diversification.
See the article by Mahfooz et al. on pages 4877–4882.
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