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Low Temperature Increases Risk Of Dna Damage From Uv Radiation

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    Ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure can cause DNA damage and may be one of the contributing factors in the global amphibian extinction crisis. New research shows how tadpoles living at low temperatures are more at risk of DNA damage than previously thought. ZburPyD7QF0.gif

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