Duke biology post-doc Bob Fitak and four of his colleagues collaborated on a study that found 181 genes in rainbow trout brains that react to changes in the magnetic field around the fish. The finding may offer a clue about how the fish navigate.
Duke biology post-doc Bob Fitak and four of his colleagues collaborated on a study that found 181 genes in rainbow trout brains that react to changes in the magnetic field around the fish. The finding may offer a clue about how the fish navigate. Ray Gronberg
Duke biology post-doc Bob Fitak and four of his colleagues collaborated on a study that found 181 genes in rainbow trout brains that react to changes in the magnetic field around the fish. The finding may offer a clue about how the fish navigate. Ray Gronberg

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