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Starts at 9:06 pm on Thursday, 3 May 2012
During Nights with Bryan Crump
Marine ecologist Candida Savage from the University of Otago tells Alison Ballance how she is using isotope analysis to investigate nutrients in estuaries, and they check in on an experiment testing how Ulva, or sea lettuce, takes up nutrients and how much is then consumed by cockles and clams.
In the last of the BBC Discovery Global Body series, Lynne Malcolm is joined by a panel of experts to discuss the future of the health of the human body.
Arvind Varsani describes himself as a global virus hunter. The University of Canterbury virologist talks with Veronika Meduna about his exploration of the diversity of plant-infecting viruses in Africa, South America, the Middle East and the Pacific Islands.
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