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  • metabarcoding.org
    bg br brezhoneg bs bosanski ca català co corsu cpf Kréol réyoné cpf hat Kréyòl Péyi Dayiti cs čeština da dansk de Deutsch en English eo Esperanto es Español eu euskara fa fon fongbè fr français fr fem français féminin gl galego he hr hrvatski hu magyar id Indonesia it italiano it fem italiana ja km lb Lëtzebuergesch my Burmese nl Nederlands oc auv òc auvernhat oc gsc òc gascon oc lms òc lemosin oc lnc òc lengadocian oc ni òc niçard oc ni la òc niçard larg oc ni mis òc nissart mistralenc oc prv òc provençau oc va òc vivaroaupenc pl polski pt Português pt br Português do Brasil ro român ru sk slovenčina sv svenska tr Türkçe vi Ti ng Vi t zh Personal identifiers Login or e mail address Password password forgotten Remember my ID for a few days Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced

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  • Obtaining genetic diatom diversity from arctic lake sediments - metabarcoding.org
    been obtained by DNA analyses of bulk sediment samples utilizing the ribuose 1 5 bisphosphate carboxylase oxygenase large subunit rbcL gene Our investigations were two fold 1 A spatial approach was applied to analyze the genetic diversity along three transects in total 25 lakes spreading from typical tundra to northern taiga using a 191bp rbcL fragment and 2 A temporal approach was used to discover the genetic diversity through a sediment core covering approximately the last 7000 years of lake history availing a shorter 67bp rbcL fragment Both fragments 191bp and 67bp detected group specific genetic diversity in Staurosira and showed evolutionary distinct lineages in space and time However the discovered diversity is still underestimated due to a limited number of observed clones Therefore we are now planning to analyze the sediment short core in more detail using Illumina sequencing With the enlarged data set and the increasing resolution we hope to confirm the cloning data and support our hypothesis about the correlation of haplotype distribution and environmental changes over time Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute

    Original URL path: http://metabarcoding.org/spip.php?article53 (2016-04-26)
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  • My way into NGS: From doing old things to a complete change in approach - metabarcoding.org
    never ending paperwork But at the end this was just about developing molecular markers microsatellites to end up doing classical population genetics From there my interest for these technologies grew bigger and resulted in several projects encompassing the study of snails diet using metabarcoding approaches or Radseq approaches I will thus present briefly the different projects I am doing or plan on doing Finally I will talk about the technology we try to use at the moment PGM Ion Torrent and discuss how this platform could be used for metagenomics Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced metabarcoders gave lectures on their trials and tribulations in the field of metabarcoding sparking conversations between the attendees The end of the first day saw flash talks from all participants of the event creating an icebreaker and showing the wide variety of applications for metabarcoding including dietary studies environmental health fundamental ecology and

    Original URL path: http://metabarcoding.org/spip.php?article52 (2016-04-26)
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  • Metabarcoding of plant-pollinator networks - metabarcoding.org
    collecting data on the structure of plant pollinator networks is currently time consuming relying on field observations or collections and usually requires good taxonomic training from the observers Moreover the observation data does not necessarily give the information on the relative importance of different pollinators neither allows tracking individual preferences in floral visits Another disadvantage of observational studies is that they are usually restricted to predefined number of plant species e g from one plant community neglecting the possible influence of the surrounding landscape on pollination networks On the other hand many studies complemented observation based data with the composition of pollen grains collected from insects bodies This approach however is also laborious and requires specialized training making it unsuitable for large scale data collection Metabarcoding offers new possibilities in studying plant pollinator networks In this project we aim at developing a protocol for high throughput analyses of plant pollinator networks by sequencing barcodes from pollen grains collected from insects bodies Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop

    Original URL path: http://metabarcoding.org/spip.php?article51 (2016-04-26)
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  • DNA-based biodiversity assessment of beetle assemblages: making the transition towards a metabarcoding approach - metabarcoding.org
    area relationship or the distance decay of community similarity at the haplotype level without the need to define species boundaries More recently I have turned my attention to the importance of considering trophic interactions and food web structure in biodiversity assessment and I am currently working on herbivore beetle communities and their interactions with their host plants in a highly threatened and understudied tropical forest using a DNA based diet assessment All my research so far has been based on Sanger sequencing and I am now aiming to make the transition towards next generation sequencing I will discuss the ways I would like to implement the metabarcoding approach in my research for processing bulk insect samples from traps and the problems and limitations that I anticipate Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced metabarcoders gave lectures on their trials and tribulations in the field of metabarcoding sparking conversations between the

    Original URL path: http://metabarcoding.org/spip.php?article50 (2016-04-26)
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  • Molecular identification of the diet for the Pomatoschistus gobies from Mediterranean lagoons: towards a better management of the lagoonal ecosystems - metabarcoding.org
    lagoon banks being a source of food for numerous fish and bird species They play thus a key role in the food web Although they have close biology and ethology the Pomatoschistus species have different levels of ecological tolerance notably regarding the salinity These species have also a differential distribution due to these different levels of ecological tolerance and probably to the diversity of available food resources With the development of a protocol for the identification of the Pomatoschistus diet based on metabarcoding and next generation sequencing we hope to better understand the structure of trophic networks and the functioning of lagoonal ecosystems and thus to contribute to the elaboration of management tools and preservation of the lagoonal biodiversity Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced metabarcoders gave lectures on their trials and tribulations in the field of metabarcoding sparking conversations between the attendees The end of the first day

    Original URL path: http://metabarcoding.org/spip.php?article49 (2016-04-26)
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  • metabarcoding.org
    bg br brezhoneg bs bosanski ca català co corsu cpf Kréol réyoné cpf hat Kréyòl Péyi Dayiti cs čeština da dansk de Deutsch en English eo Esperanto es Español eu euskara fa fon fongbè fr français fr fem français féminin gl galego he hr hrvatski hu magyar id Indonesia it italiano it fem italiana ja km lb Lëtzebuergesch my Burmese nl Nederlands oc auv òc auvernhat oc gsc òc gascon oc lms òc lemosin oc lnc òc lengadocian oc ni òc niçard oc ni la òc niçard larg oc ni mis òc nissart mistralenc oc prv òc provençau oc va òc vivaroaupenc pl polski pt Português pt br Português do Brasil ro român ru sk slovenčina sv svenska tr Türkçe vi Ti ng Vi t zh Personal identifiers Login or e mail address Password password forgotten Remember my ID for a few days Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced

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  • A metabarcoding approach to evaluate the role of biodiversity in disease transmission risks - metabarcoding.org
    risk Testing the dilution effect hypothesis on such a system would require a precise understanding of the biodiversity of pathogens hosts and vectors over various ecosystems and time scales This description has until now be hampered by the necessity to rely on time consuming morphological identification of vectors and detection of the presence of pathogens in vectors and potential hosts Our goal is to develop validate and implement molecular tools for new generation biodiversity monitoring through metabarcoding This will allow us to study the dilution effect hypothesis in the multipartite system involved in the transmission of Leishmaniasis This approach has never been performed on such a system before and offer promising opportunities to rapidly and efficiently characterize whole community biodiversity patterns over large spatial and ecological scales Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced metabarcoders gave lectures on their trials and tribulations in the field of metabarcoding sparking conversations between

    Original URL path: http://metabarcoding.org/spip.php?article47 (2016-04-26)
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