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Bird and Turtle Chromosomes Help Identify Dinosaur DNA

News   May 22, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Kent

 
Bird and Turtle Chromosomes Help Identify Dinosaur DNA

The chromosomes of turtles, like the Spiny Softshell Turtle (pictured) have helped researchers trace the structure of dinosaur DNA. Credit: University of Kent

 
 
 

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