Callichthyidae is a family of freshwater catfishes well known to freshwater aquarists as containing the popular genus Corydoras. However, many members of the family are kept in home aquariums and have devoted followings among aquarists. Because they are fish and thus were not on the Ark, Callichthyidae has not been studied by baraminologists in any … Continue reading Baraminology of Callichthyidae
The development of plants from seed is one of the most complex, complicated processes that take place in the organic world. Describing it as a miracle is no stretch. Everything must go exactly right in order for a seed to germinate. Recently researchers have identified a new mechanism to help the plants survive and successfully … Continue reading Memories of a Seed
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Beneficial mutations are a hot topic in the biology field. They are a necessity for most if not all models of evolution and, as such, are highly sought after among evolutionary biologists. This fervor is even more heightened by the sheer number of beneficial mutations needed to move a microbe to a man. Thus numerous … Continue reading Defining Beneficial Mutations