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Marine ecology: Genetics from a drop in the ocean

Analysis of environmental DNA (eDNA) extracted from just 30 litres of seawater from the Arabian Gulf provides genetic insights into populations of the largest fish in the world.

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  1. Simon Creer and Mathew Seymour are in the Molecular Ecology and Fisheries Genetics Laboratory, Environment Centre Wales Building, School of Biological Sciences, Bangor University, Bangor LL57 2UW, UK.

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