Evolution without genetic changes help an octopus handle freezing temps - Ars Technic

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    5 Evolution without genetic changes help an octopus handle freezing temps
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    7 [SIZE=-1]In today's issue of Science, researchers describe how species of octopus that live in the frigid waters of the poles manage to keep their nerve cells working despite the chill. Instead of genetic changes, however, this adaptation relies on a process ...[/SIZE]
    8 [SIZE=-1]Octopuses Reveals First RNA Editing In Response to Environment[SIZE=-1]Scientific American (blog)[/SIZE][/SIZE]
    9 [SIZE=-1]Octopuses Rewrite Their RNA to Beat the Cold[SIZE=-1]Science AAAS[/SIZE][/SIZE]
    10 [SIZE=-1]How Octopi Deal With Chilly Waters[SIZE=-1]LiveScience.com[/SIZE][/SIZE]
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