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This image, which appears in the study manuscript, shows the physical differences between freshwater and toxin-adapted Atlantic molly. Toxin-adapted fish have larger heads and gills as adaptations to the oxygen-deficient water.

Study finds epigenetic modifications last multiple generations in toxin-adapted fish

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor July 1, 2021

WSU researchers found in a study that epigenetic modifications for fish living in toxic hydrogen sulfide-rich water can last for two generations after being moved to fresh water.  DNA itself — through...

Chuck Cody started graduate school at WSU in 1980. He received his teaching assistant certificate in 1983 teaching horticulture classes. 

Greenhouse manager retiring after 41 years at WSU

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen social media editor February 4, 2021

Chuck Cody will be retiring from his position on May 31 after working as the Abelson Hall Greenhouse manager for 38 years. Cody is from San Antonio, Texas, where he worked in the nursery business since...

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