A snapshot of versatility

Wolbachia is one of the favourite model systems in evolutionary biology and theoretical biology, as it has such a wide range of effects on the hosts it resides in. When the first Wolbachia genome was published in 2004, the paper was accompanied by a synopsis that featured a transmission electron microscopic image of Wolbachia within a Drosophila melanogaster cell, today’s Open Access File of the Day on Wikimedia Commons.



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