Tracking the Small with the Smallest Using Nanotechnology in Tracking Zooplankton
PLoS ONE. 2010; 5
The publication by Lard et al. presents an interesting application of quantum dots (Q-dots) to track the displacement of small crustaceans such as Daphnia magna. Though Q-dots have been available for some years, this is the first application in zooplanktonic organisms and they are a promising tool to study migration of perhaps even...
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