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Dr. Jen M on Twitter: "OH BOY OH BOY. I just got the results back from my class' foray in sequencing fish samples...
OH BOY OH BOY. I just got the results back from my class' foray in sequencing fish samples. ARE YOU READY? They're a mind-bender.


Dr. Jen M
‏ @AwesomeBiota

So on Friday my Molecular Bio students did a lab about fish fraud. Their Super Important Homework Assignment (TM) was to go out for sushi and take a small sample home in a ziploc bag (EAT THE REST. Wasting food is uncool). Label the supposed fish, put it in the freezer.
twitter  @awesomebiota  drjenm  fish  biology  food  fraud  sushi  redsnapper  tilapia  steelheadtrout  trout  rainbowtrout  salmon  coho  cod  redtuna  tuna  albacore  yellowfintuna  escolar  labelling  fishery  seafood  genetics 
may 2019 by coslinks
Dave Slager on Twitter: "American and Northwestern crows began the speciation process at least once, but didn't finish it...
American and Northwestern crows began the speciation process at least once, but didn't finish it. When their ranges came back together, they resumed interbreeding. Can't tell American and Northwestern crows apart? Don't feel bad, because neither can they. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/12/10/491654
twitter  biorxiv  birds  research  science  genetics  crows  biology  pacificnorthwest  americancrow  northwesterncrow  @dslager  daveslager 
april 2019 by coslinks

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