Climate change alters genes of a mustard plant

California got a bit more rain and snow this year thanks to El Niño, but is still suffering the effects of many years of drought. This drought is one example of the many extreme events, including storms and fires, that are increasing in frequency as the global climate continues to change. Not only does the drought in California affect the lives of millions of people, but it also has major impacts on many other living things. While some species are declining or going extinct as a result of climatic changes, others may be able to adapt. Understanding how they do

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