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A clonal crayfish from nature as a model for tumors

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : EurekAlert: Earth

(German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ)) A genome study has proven that all specimen of Marmorkrebs, or marbled crayfish, originate from a single female. About 30 years ago, the original clone evolved...

A Mutant Species Of Crayfish That Reproduces Asexually Is Taking Over Europe – Seriously!

News : The Inquisitr - News

A mutant crayfish that can clone itself and reproduce asexually is taking over Europe, and scientists are desperately trying to figure out a way to limit the spread of the invasive species, the Daily Mail is reporting. It sounds lik...

Matter: This Mutant Crayfish Clones Itself, and It’s Taking Over Europe

News : NYTimes: News

Every marbled crayfish is a female clone. The population is exploding in Europe, but the species seems to have originated in the American Southeast.

Scientists Say Marbled Crayfish Have the DNA to Take Over the World

Hobbies / Hunting : Outdoorhub

OutdoorHub Scientists Say Marbled Crayfish Have the DNA to Take Over the World It sounds like the plot for one of those old sci-fi movies, but this global takeover by a mutant 10-legged creature is really happening. As reported by t...

The Mutant, All-Female Crayfish That Reproduce by Cloning Themselves

Lifestyle / Travel : Atlas Obscura

The marbled crayfish looks much like any other freshwater crustacean. It has two claws, ten legs, and an attractive blue-brown marbled shell. Yet this six-inch creature, found in streams and lakes around the world, is far more sinis...


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