Environmental DNA (eDNA) is defined as genetic material that is released from an organism into the environment. Sourced from hair, shed skin, faeces or carcasses in water or soil samples, eDNA applications avoid the need to sample the DNA directly from the organism itself. Work explained by Dr Ratna has been published in Mongabay, a conservation based online magazine.
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EEE Lab at Ahmedabad University: Impact of climate warming on Drosophila's (fruit-fly) reproduction and population.