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Hope for Tropical Biodiversity through True Bioliteracy

Show simple item record Daniel H., Janzen 2016-01-30T00:10:34Z 2016-01-30T00:10:34Z 2010-03-01
dc.identifier.citation Janzen D., 2010, Hope for Tropical Biodiversity through True Bioliteracy, BIOTROPICA, es_CR
dc.identifier.uri 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2010.00667.x
dc.description.abstract For tropical wild biodiversity to survive, it must occupy a large terrain, be permanently endowed, and be integrated with its local, national, and international society. Among other things, integration will be enormously facilitated by giving bioilliterate humanity—all seven billion of us—the ability to read wild biodiversity anywhere any time for the personal cost of a pocket comb. That is true universal bioliteracy. DNA barcoding is the technology for this, and a personal or an institutional decision to sustain its cheap cost will cut the Gordian knot. es_CR
dc.language.iso en_US es_CR
dc.publisher BIOTROPICA es_CR
dc.subject conservation es_CR
dc.subject DNA barcoding es_CR
dc.subject taxonomía es_CR
dc.subject conservación es_CR
dc.subject Bioliteracy es_CR
dc.subject taxonomy es_CR
dc.title Hope for Tropical Biodiversity through True Bioliteracy es_CR
dc.type Article es_CR

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