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'Resurrecting' Tiny Lake-Dwelling Animals to Study Evolutionary Responses to Pollution
February 16, 2017
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Feb. 16 -- The University of Michigan issued the following news release:

A University of Michigan biologist combined the techniques of "resurrection ecology" with the study of dated lake sediments to examine evolutionary responses to heavy-metal contamination over the past 75 years.

To accomplish this, Mary Rogalski hatched long-dormant eggs of Daphnia, tiny freshwater crustaceans also known as water fleas, that accumulated in the lake se . . .

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