200 - How Hatcheries Affect Salmon Epigenetics, with Clare Venney and Raphael Bouchard
In the last few decades, epigenetics has revolutionized the fields of ecology and evolution by showing that environment can interact with the genome itself, driving changes in gene expression. Sometimes these epigenetics can even be heritable. And that has enormous importance for fish released from hatcheries as well as the wild fish they interact with. In this episode, Clare Venney and Raphael Bouchard talk to Anders Halverson about their research with Atlantic Salmon.
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You can find Anders at his website.
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