LOCAL WILDLIFE ENTHUSIASTS DRIVE DNA BARCODE LIBRARY BUILDING IN THE UKResearchers in the UK are spearheading a number of high-profile initiatives designed to populate and fill gaps in the national DNA barcode library
by John-James Wilson, Leanna Dixon, Gary Hedges
Discovering ten new species of Paramyia Williston (Diptera: Milichiidae) in North America using DNA barcoding
Making the process of species identification more efficient by focusing morphological efforts using DNA-based tools
DNA barcoding and metabarcoding have substantially contributed to the authentication of herbal products and they hold the key to validated, DNA-based diagnostics for ingredient identification
Assessing herbarium material with novel molecular techniques reveals a wealth of new data from old treasure troves
Using large-scale genome skimming to build a resilient resource for the future
iBOL’s new seven-year, $180 million global research program that aims to revolutionize our understanding of biodiversity and our capacity to manage it.
Marking its 20th anniversary, the international Iberian Symposium on Marine Biology Studies took in September 2019 in Braga, Portugal
Environmental DNA provides high resolution data on Alpine fish populations and facilitates their management.
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