It turns out that worms also pass on character traits by heredity
You may be surprised to know that worms show us that our experiences during our lives have an effect on our descendants.
Research proves that what we do in life is significant. When worms are infected by a virus and develop resistance to it, they pass on this resistance to the following generations through the RNA molecule, as a kind of inherited immunization. Even when the worms are put in stressful situations, such as starvation or heat, the impact can also be seen in the next generations.