Between 2000 and 2010, scientists undertook over 500 expeditions, collecting millions of samples from coastal areas, the open ocean, the deeps, coral reefs, and the poles.

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Learn about how DNA Barcoding is used to help in food safety & to help protect endangered species - part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo Action Project.

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Learning about DNA Barcoding & how it's used on species to help identify them and help preserve biodiversity - part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo Action Project.

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Meet the Biotech club from Donald A. Wilson Secondary School in Whitby and learn about their DNA Barcoding Action Project

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Do you know what kind of fish you are buying?

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Learn about the ways that we've learned to classify the life around us in this latest Biotech backgrounder!

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Students at the Toronto Zoo in discovering how the DNA barcode of life works and its applications in species identification and conservation!

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Who discovered barcoding? Dr. Mark Stoekle outlines the discovery of DNA barcoding and the development of international barcoding projects (2:34).

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This animated video explains how DNA barcoding is being conducted around the world and describes the findings of various student barcoding projects.

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This poster is part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo project & was created by students from the Biotech Club at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School

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