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Chimera formation could favor the expansion of invasive species in the marine environment

A new article published in the journal Scientific Reports reveals 44% of the colonies of Didemnum vexillum—a marine invertebrate tagged as invasive species ... "the formation of chimera increases ... read more

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Scientific Reports

A new article published in the journal Scientific Reports reveals 44% of the colonies of Didemnum vexillum—a marine invertebrate tagged as invasive species—in the Ebro Delta (Tarragona, Spain) are ... read more

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Chimera formation could favour expansion of invasive species in marine environment

A new article published in the journal Scientific Reports reveals 44% of the colonies of Didemnum vexillum –a marine invertebrate tagged as invasive species ... the formation of chimera makes genetic ... read more



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