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Feasibility of conservation areas and the different genomic and biotechnological tools. Each line and color presents one of the main conservation problems. The timeline indicates the feasibility of the listed tools for current and future potential conservation applications. Credit: DOI: 10.1007/s10592-021-01415-5
November 19, 2021

More investment and support for research into emerging genomic tools for conservation is needed to prevent further biodiversity loss, according to a new paper published in Conversation Genetics. A new publication explores the field of genomic technologies, and how and in which circumstances they could be used as additional tools to prevent the extinction of endangered species.

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