American cockroaches thrive in cities, thanks to their incredibly long genomes – Science Magazine


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American cockroaches thrive in cities, thanks to their incredibly long genomes
Science Magazine
Few insects have a reputation for grossing people out as thoroughly as the American cockroach. The so-called water bugs, which thrive indoors on fermenting and rotting foods, are rich sources of disease-causing bacteria. Now, researchers have sequenced
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