Skates evolved their undulating wings thanks to genome origami

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A skate embryo at an early developmental stage

David Gold, Lynn Kee, and Meghan Morrissey, Embryology Course, Marine Biological Laboratory

Skates got their wing-like fins with the help of a genetic shuffle that folded different sections of their genomes into physical contact with each other….

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