Ex Situ Conservation. BCB 341: Principles of Conservation Biology. Lecturer: James Reeler Material by: Sam Hopkins. Introduction to ex-situ conservation. Involves taking an animal or plant out of its habitat and placing it in human care
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BCB 341: Principles of
Lecturer: James Reeler
Material by: Sam Hopkins
The Torrey pine
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