the same came to my mind when I first heard about double inheritance... there are heaps of freeky beasts out there!
As for slimy, I mean with too much mucus (mainly polysacharids). If you are extracting using spin columns and you tend…"
it seems you are amplifying two copies of the mtDNA, this is, if I'm not wrong, likely in molluscs because you can have both paternally and maternally inherited mtDNA coexisting in the same organism. I think this is tissue specific…"
if you want to barcode your 5 sponge, you'r kind of stucked to the "Folmer" fragment. If you want to do something else, well you could check the literature (?) Sponge specific primers for the Folmer region are rather hard…"
Cat McFadden was also interested in establishing an octocoral barcoding project, porting the sponge barcoding interface. A cnidarian barcoding project might be easier.
Frederic, what marker do you guys use for barcoding…"
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