Volume 26 Issue 5
Volume 26 Issue 5
DNA Barcoding: The Quiet Revolution
Nov-Dec 2013
President's Note
By Jeremy Gruber
Science, Plain and Beautiful
By Rob DeSalle
Citizen Science
By Ellen Jorgensen
DNA Barcoding Ready for Breakout
By Mark Stoeckle
What's the Holdup?
By Peter Christey
The Barcode of Wildlife Project
By David Schindel
Identifying Commercial Seafood
By Jonathan Deeds
Foiling Poachers With DNA Barcoding
By Jacques du Toit
Monitoring Animal Products and Feeds With DNA Barcoding
By CRG staff - interview with Haile Yancy
Uncovering Herbal Fraud With DNA Barcoding
By CRG Staff
Measuring the Health of Aquatic Ecosystems With DNA Barcoding
By Erik Pilgrim
In Memoriam: Adrienne Asch
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