Perhaps this scientific experiment can rightly be called the most long-lasting in the region of observation of the evolution of a living organism. Started in 1988, the American evolutionary biologist Richard Lenski. Together with his colleagues at the University of Michigan, Richard began to observe changes in 12 cultures of the bacterium E. coli (Escherichia coli). The following year, this long-running experiment will be 30 years old, but Richard Lenski is not going to stop there.
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