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DNA Domestication Test on Sandy the Dingo

 ▶ An academic group researches the DNA of a Dingo for determining the genes for domestication. darwin | sandy news.| dingo to dna as dog to domestication of dogs darwin lost water australian dingo of Sandy or genes dogs ◀ |
The winner of the World's Most Interesting Genome Competition wasn't even human. It was dog! Sandy is a 100 percent pure desert dingo. Runners up were a sea slug, Temple Pitviper snake, pink pigeon and a bombardier beetle.  ||| australian darwin australia genes Dingo it dna to Domestication of dogs in Sandy Test is or dna in genes dogs scientific |
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DNA of the dog was examined by Professor Bill Ballard leading a team from NSW's universities and the University of Arizona. These scientists benefit from a money prize that went with the win: the Pacific Biosciences SMRT Grant. They will spend this to test some of the premises suggested by Charles Darwin.   ||| Test as Dingo it go dna | Sandy on on at dna in | ||    

It does not take much thought to accept Darwin's belief that canines were selectively bred by Man to domesticate them. Having a tame pure-bred dingo was a great opportunity to analyze how domestication took place. Comparing genes of domesticated dogs with Sandy will show the sequences for behavior and temperament. | Domestication interesting | not. |   
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