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Big Data Needed to Answer Planet-Sized Plant Questions

News   Jan 02, 2019 | Original Press Release from the Florida Museum of Natural History

 
Big Data Needed to Answer Planet-Sized Plant Questions

Data from millions of museum specimens, such as this Ziziphus celata or Florida jujube, are now available to scientists around the world via digital databases such as iDigBio. Credit: Florida Museum photo by Jeff Gage

 
 
 

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