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OBSERVATIONS ON AN IRRUPTION EVENT OF THE MOTH ACHAEA CATOCALOIDES (LEPIDOPTERA: EREBIDAE) AT KAKAMEGA FOREST, KENYA
, 103(1): 31–38, Apr 6 2014, Journal of East African Natural History
The Protist Ribosomal Reference database (PR2): a catalog of unicellular eukaryote Small Sub-Unit rRNA sequences with curated taxonomy
, 40 (21), Nov 27 2012, Nucleic Acids Research
The Chaperonin-60 Universal Target Is a Barcode for Bacteria That Enables De Novo Assembly of Metagenomic Sequence Data
, 7(11):e49755, Nov 26 2012, PLoS One
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- Prasanna Kumar posted a discussion Marine biofilters - source of larval barcode samples from marine realmn Biofilters are used to detect if the water taken for aquaculture activities contains biofouler larvae and many other undesirable organisms.See More
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- Prasanna Kumar added a discussion to the group Foraminifera Should Foram DNA barcodes generated in focus of climate research should also care for O16: O18 ratio? Since O16:O18 ratio in Foram shell are due to niche separation, is it possible to define the ratios based on DNA sequence variations in the barcodes, since for some species biogeographic signals are detected in barcode sequences. See More
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DNA Barcoding Projects
CBOL Protist Working Group (ProWG): The Protist Working Group is charged with the task of establishing the standard BARCODE region(s) for protists. Once approved, this standard will undoubtedly spark a … Read More
Mammalia Barcode of Life Campaign: The Mammalia Barcode of Life campaign is a part of the larger effort encompassing all vertebrates, and aims to build a comprehensive reference library of … Read More
Bee Barcode of Life Initiative (Bee-BOL): Bee-BOL, the Bee Barcode of Life Initiative, is a global effort to coordinate the assembly of a standardized reference sequence library for all ~20,000 bee … Read More