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Environmental DNA for Detection of Endangered Grouper Species (Epinephelus spp.)

Servet Ahmet Doğdu, Cemal Turan*

DOI: 10.28978/nesciences.286311


Environmental DNA, COI, Endangered Grouper Species, Epinephelus spp.

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