Mitochondrial DNA in Hydrozoan Cnidarians - No Bones

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04 January 2016


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Ehsan, very cool article, thank you. Do you know why we keep using mtDNA to distinguish species in Cnidaria? Since mtDNA doesn't contain all(if any?) of the genes by which we recognize characters in species... why haven't we shifted to using only nDNA? Cost?

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