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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
The Effect of Geographical Scale of Sampling on DNA Barcoding
, 2012 Oct 1;61(5):851-869, Oct 1 2012, Systematic Biology
Wolbachia and DNA Barcoding Insects: Patterns, Potential, and Problems
, 7(5): e36514, May 2 2012, PLoS ONE, Discussion
A New Species of Soapfish (Teleostei: Serranidae: Rypticus), with Redescription of R. subbifrenatus and Comments on the Use of DNA Barcoding in Systematic Studies
, No. 1, 23-36, Apr 3 2012, Copeia
A new feather mite species of the genus Proctophyllodes Robin, 1877 (Astigmata: Proctophyllodidae) from the Long-tailed Tit Aegithalos caudatus (Passeriformes: Aegithalidae)—morphological description with DNA barcode data
, 3253: 54–61, Apr 2 2012, Zootaxa
Nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region as a universal DNA barcode marker for Fungi
, 109 (16), Mar 27 2012, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Discussion
DNA barcoding of parasitic nematodes: Is it kosher?
, [Epub ahead of print], Feb 2 2012, J Parasitol
DNA barcoding of the leaf-mining moth subgenus Ectoedemia s. str. (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) with COI and EF1-α: two are better than one in recognising cryptic species
, 81 (1) – 2012, Jan 24 2012, Contributions to Zoology
New taxonomy and old collections: integratingDNA barcoding into the collection curation process
, DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2011.03105.x, Jan 4 2012, Molecular Ecology Resources
Noninvasive molecular methods to identify live scarab larvae: an example of sympatric pest and nonpest species in New Zealand
, Published Online, Dec 22 2011, Molecular Ecology Resources
Use of DNA barcodes to identify invasive armyworm Spodoptera species in Florida
, Vol. 11 | Article 154, Nov 10 2011, Journal of Insect Science
Mercury Concentrations in Fish Jerky Snack Food: Marlin, Ahi, and Salmon
, 10:90, Oct 11 2011, Environmental Health
Molecular and morphological characterisation of Pseudococcidae surveyed on crops and ornamental plants in Spain.
, FirstView Article : pp 1-8, Oct 10 2011, Bulletin of Entomological Research, Discussion
Misidentification of OLGA-PH-J/92, believed to be the only crustacean cell line
, 47:665–674, Sep 22 2011, The Society for In Vitro Biology, Discussion
When species matches are unavailable are DNA barcodes correctly assigned to higher taxa? An assessment using sphingid moths
, 11:18, Aug 1 2011, BMC Ecology, Discussion
DNA barcoding in the rust genus Chrysomyxa and its implications for the phylogeny of the genus
, [Epub ahead of print], Jun 9 2011, Mycologia, Discussion
Nesting biology and DNA barcode analysis of Ceratina dupla and C. mikmaqi, and comparisons with C. calcarata (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Xylocopinae)
, 2011, 143:(3) 254-262, Jun 1 2011, The Canadian Entomologist, Discussion
Choosing and Using a Plant DNA Barcode
, 6(5), May 26 2011, PLoS ONE, Discussion
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- Design of Character-based DNA Barcode Motif for species identification: A computational approach and its validation in fishes.
23 March 2017,
- DNA barcoding and species delimitation of Chaitophorinae (Hemiptera, Aphididae).
14 February 2017,
- Making the most of your host: the Metrosideros-feeding psyllids (Hemiptera, Psylloidea) of the Hawaiian Islands.
31 January 2017,
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