Yeast designed for rapid adaptation to stressful environments
Experiments with yeast show that in stressful environments increase their genetic flexibility allowing rapid adaptation. Studies at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research have reportrf that when yeast is placed in a stressful environment that their genomes become less stable. The yeast genomes shows added flexibility involving losing or acquiring enter chromosomes so as to adapt rapidly
From a creation perspective this in not a problem but something that current creation science models of post Flood adaptation predicts. It shows that the animals that came off of the Ark could have quickly adapted to post Flood environment which would have been stressful.