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Researchers register new species using DNA-based description
Date:1/25/2011

ming process that in many cases involves expensive special techniques and specialist expertise. As a result, many new species are not described, but instead remain unprocessed.

Ribbon worms are an example of creatures that are traditionally described using anatomical characteristics, in other words how their internal organs such as intestines, blood vessels and brain are organised and what they look like. The recently published species description means that the two Gothenburg researchers are paving the way for more new species to be registered by linking a species-specific DNA code to a name.


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Contact: Malin Strand
malin.strand@gu.se
46-070-565-4246
University of Gothenburg
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