What can biological barcoding do for marine biology?

@article{Schander2005WhatCB,
  title={What can biological barcoding do for marine biology?},
  author={C. Schander and E. Willassen},
  journal={Marine Biology Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={79 - 83}
}
The idea of using nucleotide sequences as barcodes for species identification has stirred up debates in the community of taxonomists and systematists. We argue that barcodes are potentially extremely useful tools for taxonomy for several reasons. Barcodes may, for example, help to identify cryptic and polymorphic species and give means to associate life history stages of unknown identity. Barcode systems would thus be particularly helpful in cases when morphology is ambiguous or uninformative… Expand
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