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    Examine the reasons for the existence and localities of biodiversity hotspots.

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    Prokaryotes and Viruses

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    Should a DNA profile be taken at birth?

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    Niche--Biology

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    Plankton - Marine Biology,Scientific Paper

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    What is Biodiversity?

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    Elodea Plant Lab

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