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Universidad de Magallanes
The agreement with the Universidad de Magallanes (UMAG), Chile, aims to implement scientific and technological cooperation between researchers from the State of São Paulo and from UMAG, through the funding of joint research projects.
Ascidians possess closely related solitary and colonial species, providing an opportunity to employ a comparative approach to shed light on the evolutionary origins of budding and colonial life histories. It has been documented that colonial ascidians dominate in the tropics and subtropics, whereas in temperate systems, solitaries comprise the majority of the ascidian species. Recent stud…
Currently, there is a growing trend towards sustainable food production, especially in aquatic environments where multiple uses present must be considered, so that water quality is preserved. In this context, all actors involved in the aquaculture activity should jointly define and implement environmentally responsible codes of conduct and practices aimed at optimizing the use of water re…