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Comprehensive practical guide for DNA-based methods published
International research network DNAqua-Net presents guidelines for the application of DNA-based biomonitoring tools.Download
Inflammation promotes evolutionary innovation in pregnant ricefishes
By combining anatomical and molecular analyses, the researchers found that cells and signaling pathways involved in the formation of the ricefish plug usually control inflammation.Download
World Arachnid Catalogue promotes borderless research
Borderless arachnid research: With the World Arachnid Catalog, a new international research platform for almost all arachnids has now been launched.Download
The Honeybee originated in Asia – social behavior helped to colonize vast areas of the globe
Closing the knowledge gap of the origin of the Honeybee is important to understand the evolution of this globally important pollinator.Download
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