Danger avoidance can be genetically encoded for four generations, say biologists

Researchers have discovered that learned behaviors can be inherited for multiple generations in C. elegans, transmitted from parent to progeny via eggs and sperm cells.

Source: Danger avoidance can be genetically encoded for four generations, say biologists: Scientists found that learned behaviors in C. elegans can be conveyed through the germline for multiple generations — ScienceDaily

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