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  • Surprises in sea anemone genome (More Vindication for Intelligent Design/Creation Science)

    07/06/2007 11:20:54 AM PDT · by GodGunsGuts · 189 replies · 3,537+ views
    The Scientist ^ | July 5, 2007 | Melissa Lee Phillips
    The study also found that these similarities were absent from fruit fly and nematode genomes, contradicting the widely held belief that organisms become more complex through evolution. The findings suggest that the ancestral animal genome was quite complex, and fly and worm genomes lost some of that intricacy as they evolved. It’s surprising to find such a “high level of genomic complexity in a supposedly primitive animal such as the sea anemone,” Koonin told The Scientist. It implies that the ancestral animal “was already extremely highly complex, at least in terms of its genomic organization and regulatory and signal transduction...