Wild Marsican brown bears. Image courtesy of the Abruzzo,
Lazio and Molise National Park.
Ph. Valentino Mastrella.
- Endemixit presented at NESIE 2021On September 11th-12th, the team from the University of Trieste was invited to attend the 5th edition of the North East International Shell Exposition (NESIE), which attracts every year shell and fossil collectors from Italy, Slovenia and Croatia, as well as many people interested in biodiversity and science enthusiasts. This was a great … Continue reading Endemixit presented at NESIE 2021
- ENDEMIXIT is now an animation 04.10.2021Raising public awareness on the importance of preserving biodiversity, particularly endemism such as the Italian unique biological heritages, and how genetics helps to this goal is crucial for effective and long-term conservation efforts and one of the aims of the ENDEMIXIT project. The key is to develop effective communication tools such as social … Continue reading ENDEMIXIT is now an animation 04.10.2021
- Group meeting in Ferrara, finally! 28.09.2021Finally, after several months of virtual meetings due to the Covid-19 restrictions, the group met in Ferrara, hosted by the main coordinator Prof. Giorgio Bertorelle. This is the second in-person meeting since the beginning of the ENDEMIXIT project. For the more recent additions to the group, it has been the first opportunity to … Continue reading Group meeting in Ferrara, finally! 28.09.2021
- Studying the phototactic response of our Adriatic sturgeons 19.07.21To assess the fitness of our Adriatic sturgeons (Acipenser naccarii) we started to investigate the response to diverse stimuli. Among them, we chose to further explore the response to light (phototaxis) in our inbred and outbred stocks. A positive phototactic response can be linked to higher success in finding new sources of food, since … Continue reading Studying the phototactic response of our Adriatic sturgeons 19.07.21
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