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As climate change alters temperature and rainfall patterns in North America, researchers say more areas could experience conditions favorable to the disease known as amphibian Perkinsea.
Ashley Reaume’s research investigates biodiversity in coastal communities. She hopes to make this knowledge more accessible through the creation of a bioassessment toolkit.
In a new study led by UCF, researchers discovered a suite of mutations in Florida panthers that originated from Texas and Central American pumas.
The goal is to help businesses recover from vulnerabilities and prepare for the potential of another pandemic.
UCF researchers have discovered 116 new-to-science alleles, or gene variants, that could play a role in protecting sea turtles from a tumor-causing disease that limits mobility.
The missing data includes important information about genomic sequence data such as the time and location an organism is sampled.
The findings could affect strategies to control the virus through community efforts and vaccines.
The disease fibropapillomatosis causes sea turtles to develop tumors on their bodies, which can limit their health and mobility.