The eyes of insects and the eyes of vertebrates were, until the early 1990s, considered to be a standard example of “analogous” structures. They perform the same function but have utterly different internal structures, suggesting that they evolved independently from a common ancestor that lacked eyes. Then the laboratory of Walter Gehring in Switzerland began […]
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