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The Potential and Uncertainties of Genetic Rescue

News   Jul 18, 2019 | Original story from the University of Montana

 
The Potential and Uncertainties of Genetic Rescue

Elise Baker, Michael Krummel and Anthony Dangora sample westslope cutthroat trout for a genetic rescue research project. A new paper by University of Montana scientists examines the potential and uncertainties of attempting genetic rescue. Credit: Photo courtesy of the University of Montana.

 
 
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