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- Ecology of FungiFungi- (singular; fungus) have a true nucleus, meaning that they are eukaryotic organisms and reproduce (both sexually and asexually) by spores. Fungal spores are primarily disseminated through wind. Fungi have crucial … Continue reading Ecology of Fungi
- Ecological Community: Networks of Interacting SpeciesAn ecological community is defined as a group species that inhabit the same place and interact with each other in various combinations. In ecology, communities are the biotic components of an … Continue reading Ecological Community: Networks of Interacting Species
- What Environmental DNA (eDNA) Reveals About Migration From The Ocean Twilight ZoneSo-called twilight zones, also known as disphotic zones or mesopelagic zones, house vast populations of unexploited fish and unexplored habitats, which make these aquatic regions extraordinarily interesting to marine researchers and … Continue reading What Environmental DNA (eDNA) Reveals About Migration From The Ocean Twilight Zone
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