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The four-letter code: How DNA barcoding can accelerate biodiversity inventories - Phys.Org


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With unprecedented biodiversity loss occurring, we must determine how many species we share the planet with. This can start in our backyards, but speed is critical. A new study shows how biodiversity inventories can be accelerated with DNA barcoding ...

Research claims climate change to bring greater biodiversity to seas - Siliconrepublic.com


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While seeming to be incredibly contradictory to the very concept of climate change, a new Scottish study suggests that our oceans becoming increasingly warmer will increase ocean biodiversity. Naturally, when we think of climate change affecting our ...
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New Study Traces Evolution of Ankylosaur's Distinctive Tail - Sci-News.com


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Ankylosaurs are a large group of herbivorous armored dinosaurs that lived during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. The typical ankylosaur had a wide armored body and a flexible tail. But one group – ankylosaurids – also had a distinctive tail club ...
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