A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in Portugal and France has found evidence suggesting that sea slugs that steal photosynthesizing machinery from the algae they eat use it to boost their own reproduction efforts. In their paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the group describes their study of the unique creatures and what they learned about them.
Evidence found of sea slugs stealing photosynthesizing machinery from algae, using it to boost reproduction
- 14. 10 2021 (16:00)