How Insects Got Their Wings

Scientists have pinpointed the genetic activity that resulted in the development of insect wings.   The research is pivotal for understanding evolutionary history, says Amanda Simcox, professor of molecular genetics at The Ohio State University and lead author of the study. “With the wing, if its environment turned bad, the insect could fly off, giving it an advantage.” And also giving fly fishers the study of matching the hatch.

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