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Evaluating a multigene environmental DNA approach for biodiversity assessment
It is demonstrated that standard phylogenetic markers are capable of recovering sequences from a broad diversity of eukaryotes, in addition to prokaryotes by 16S, and the COI and 18S eDNA markers are the best proxies for aboveground biodiversity based on the high correlation between the pairwise beta diversities of these markers and those obtained using traditional methods.
Typification of some names in Epacridoideae (Ericaceae)
Several longstanding generic names in current use in the Epacridoideae (Ericaceae) are untypified: Archeria Hook.f., Coleanthera Stschegl., Pentachondra R.Br., and Lysinema R.Br. The typification of
Plio-Pleistocene environmental changes shape present day phylogeography of New Zealand’s southern beeches (Nothofagaceae)
ABSTRACT Island ecosystems can be severely affected by climate change as they provide limited opportunities for species to track their habitat. Studying the population dynamics of keystone species
Unrecognized Republic, Recognizable Consequences: Russian Troops in “Frozen” Transnistria
  • Benjamin Potter
  • Political Science
    Journal of Advanced Military Studies
  • 24 January 2022
Since 1993 the Republic of Moldova has been challenged by separatist pressure from the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR), known as Transnistria, a parastate within its borders. An uneasy status
New SF Museum Gives Fresh View of African Culture Worldwide
he Museum of the African Diaspora, located in downtown San Francisco, is a unique new facility that showcases the global influence of African people through their emigration and the international