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DNA barcoding of marine crustaceans from the Estuary and Gulf of St Lawrence: a regional-scale approach
, 9(s1) 181-187, May 1 2009, Molecular Ecology Resources, Discussion
Molecular Ecology Resources: Special Issue on Barcoding Life
Volume 9 Issue S1 1-268, Apr 23 2009, Molecular Ecology Resources, Discussion
DNA-based species-level detection of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: one PCR primer set for all AMF
, 183 (1): 212-223, Apr 8 2009, New Phytologist, Discussion
Public Health Response to Puffer Fish (Tetrodotoxin) Poisoning from Mislabeled Product
, 72(4) 810-817, Apr 1 2009, Journal of Food Protection, Discussion
A botanical renaissance: state-of-the-art DNA bar coding facilitates an Automated Identification Technology system for plants
, 35(1) 50-60, Apr 1 2009, International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology, Discussion
Population genetic structure of the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Krøyer) on wild and farmed salmonids around the Pacific coast of Canada
, 40(8) 973-979, Mar 9 2009, Aquaculture Research, Discussion
DNA Barcodes and Insect Biodiversity
, Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing. 264-273, Mar 1 2009, Insect Biodiversity: Science and Society, Discussion
Letters to the Editor
, 100(1) 117, Mar 1 2009, Isis, Discussion
Integrative taxonomy identifies new (and old) species in the Lasioglossum (Dialictus) tegulare (Robertson) species group (Hymenoptera, Halictidae)
, 2032 1-38, Mar 1 2009, Zootaxa, Discussion
Fungal pathogen (mis-) identifications: A case study with DNA barcodes on Melampsora rusts of aspen and white poplar
, 113(6-7) 713-724, Feb 26 2009, Mycological Research, Discussion
How Many Loci Does it Take to DNA Barcode a Crocus?
, 4(2) e4598, Feb 25 2009, PLoS ONE, Discussion
Probing Evolutionary Patterns in Neotropical Birds through DNA Barcodes
, 4(2) e4379, Feb 5 2009, PLoS ONE, Discussion
DNA barcoding for ecologists
, 24(2) 110-117, Feb 1 2009, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Discussion
The campaign to DNA barcode all fishes, FISH-BOL
, 74(2) 329-356., Jan 29 2009, Journal of Fish Biology, Discussion
Species identification of North American guinea worms (Nematoda: Dracunculus) with DNA barcoding
, 9 707-712., Jan 28 2009, Molecular Ecology Resources, Discussion
Identification of shark and ray fins using DNA barcoding
, 95(2-3) 280-288, Jan 14 2009, Fisheries Research, Discussion
Integrated taxonomy: traditional approach and DNA barcoding for the identification of filarioid worms and related parasites (Nematoda)
, 6(1) 1, Jan 7 2009, Frontiers in Zoology, Discussion
The Use of Mean Instead of Smallest Interspecific Distances Exaggerates the Size of the "Barcoding Gap" and Leads to Misidentification
, 57(5) 809-813, Jan 1 2009, Systematic Biology, Discussion
Probing diversity in freshwater fishes from Mexico and Guatemala with DNA barcodes
, 74(2) 377-402, Jan 1 2009, Journal of Fish Biology, Discussion
DNA Barcoding of Lepetodrilus Limpets Reveals Cryptic Species
, 27(1) 43-51, Dec 1 2008, Journal of Shellfish Research, Discussion
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- A community-based resource for automatic exome variant-calling and annotation in Mendelian disorders.
6 May 2014,
- Culturable fungal endophytes isolated from the roots of coastal plants inhabiting korean East coast.
30 June 2014,
- Identification of two chemotypes of Pogostemon cablin (Blanco) Benth. through DNA barcodes.
31 December 1969,
Molecular Ecology Resources
- Genome‐wide analysis reveals artificial selection on coat colour and reproductive traits in Chinese domestic pigs
30 July 2014,
- Phylogenetic exploration of commonly used medicinal plants in South Africa
25 July 2014,
- Detecting frogs as prey in the diets of introduced mammals: a comparison between morphological and DNA‐based diet analyses
23 July 2014,
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