More news about junk DNA. Carnivorous plant trims its tiny genome

So we have huge amounts of so called junk DNA. And here is a plant that has almost none. 97% of its genome consists of genes and control sequences. So now we have to wonder just how much "junk" do we need in our genome.

One more complication in our understanding of genetics.

Bill Gill

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