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DNA methylation markers of age(ing) in non-model animals.

How genomics can help biodiversity conservation

Long-term stability in the circumpolar foraging range of a Southern Ocean predator between the eras of whaling and rapid climate change

Population identity of North Atlantic humpback whales: An ocean-wide analysis of genetic population structure

Seagrass ecosystem multifunctionality under the rise of a flagship marine megaherbivore

The aftermath of whaling past: Impending genetic extinction of the eastern North Atlantic humpback whale breeding population

Threatened North African seagrass meadows have supported green turtle populations for millennia

Universal baleen whale microsatellite panel for individual identification and power to detect parentage

Wild pedigrees inform mutation rates and historic abundance in baleen whales

Demographic changes in Pleistocene sea turtles were driven by past sea level fluctuations affecting feeding habitat availability

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Mutation rates in whales found to be much higher than previously reported

CCS scientists contribute to study on global warming’s long term impact on marine populations

Genetic testing to measure sea turtle conservation success

Researchers break down DNA of world's largest mammals to discover how whales defy the cancer odds

Green sea turtle digging its own watery grave due to invasion of non-native seagrass

Walvis doet het verrassend goed

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