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Does DNA in the Water Tell Us How Many Fish Are There?

News   Jul 03, 2020 | Original story from the National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

 
Does DNA in the Water Tell Us How Many Fish Are There?

Researchers "counted" Japanese jack mackerel (Trachurus japonicus) in Maizuru Bay, Japan, through quantitative measurements of environmental DNA concentration. Credit: Reiji Masuda, Kyoto University

 
 
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