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Congrats to iBOL’s colleagues in #Brazil on new paper, “Plastome-based phylogenomics elucidate relationships in rare Isoëtes species groups from the Neotropics”:

Afia S. Karikari @UnivofGh uses DNA technologies to assess the trophic interactions of An. gambiae larvae in water bodies in 2 agricultural communities in #Ghana @TargetMalaria
#metabarcoding #endmalaria

Read Afia’s article in iBOL’s Barcode Bulletin:

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Arctic Bioscan is a part of the BIOSCAN research program headed by the iBOL Consortium. BIOSCAN will involve more than 1000 researchers from over 30 countries to employ DNA barcodes to speed species discovery, to probe species interactions, and to track species dynamics.

Hannah James

Manager – Media and Strategic Communications