Sex in the Sea

Sex in the Sea
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Sex in the Sea

Sex in the Sea
February 2012 in Tacoma

Sex is essential for Darwinian fitness, or how successfully an organism passes on its genes. In this special Valentine's Day Science Café, join the University of Puget Sound's Peter Wimberger, PhD, to explore the many ways that marine organisms, from anemones and barnacles to flat worms and mussels, reproduce.

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