Sea slug has taken genes from algae it eats, allowing it to photosynthesize like a plant

How a brilliant-green sea slug manages to live for months at a time ‘feeding’ on sunlight, like a plant, is clarified in a recent study. The authors present the first direct evidence that the emerald green sea slug’s chromosomes have some genes that come from the algae it eats. —> Read More Here


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