How To Use Environmental DNA (Edna) To Monitor Fish Populations

How To Use Environmental Dna (Edna) To Monitor Fish Populations

Researchers have increasingly relied on environmental DNA (eDNA) to monitor aquatic species in recent years.DNA is defined as “deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) derived from environmental samples” (Stoeck et al. 2010). In other words, DNA is shed from an organism into its environment and can be collected from water or sediment samples.This monitoring method has several advantages … Read more