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Philippines adopts DNA barcoding for fish species

  – Philippines adopts DNA barcoding in fish species

WG 5.2 – Regulation and International Trade

Chair: Peter Phillips University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada Research Focus and Objectives International trade can benefit from barcoding technology to give precise identification to the species level of traded commodities, as well as preserving identity chains where close substitutes or counterfeits disrupt economics and trust between partners. Barcoding is relevant in these respects to trade […]


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