Spill the tea: Who lives in your beverage?
Would you fancy a cup of bugs? Tea, I mean.
Scientists from Trier University and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology recently reported that commercially sold tea and dried herbs contained large amounts of arthropod eDNA, or environmental DNA. That is nuclear or mitochondrial DNA that is released from an organism into the environment.
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