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Schedule: Conference at a Glance

Pre-Conference Sessions

Both pre-conference sessions will be held from 9:00 to 17:30 in Napier Building Room 102 and require prior registration.

Monday 28 Nov 2011 Tuesday 29 Nov 2011
Pre-Conference Workshop on Informatics Pre-Conference Short Course on DNA Barcoding Methods

Conference Sessions

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  Wednesday
30 Nov 2011
Thursday
1 Dec 2011
Friday
2 Dec 2011
Saturday
3 Dec 2011
Morning Opening Plenary Taxon Plenary Sessions
Algae, Protists and Fungi
Invertebrates
Plants
Vertebrates
Taxonomic Sessions A
Birds
Fish 1
Fungi 1
Insects 1
Invertebrates
Macroalgae
Plants
Protists
Vertebrates
Thematic Sessions B
Ecological Applications
Environmental Barcoding
Informatics
Networks and Institutions
Parasites and Vectors
Polar Life
Quarantine and Barcoding
Social Issues
Lunch Lunch in Poster/Exhibit area Packed lunches provided Lunch in Poster/Exhibit area Lunch in Poster/Exhibit area
Afternoon Poster Session

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Plenary Session 2
Free Time Taxonomic Sessions B
Fish 2
Fungi 2
Grasses / Trees
Insects 2

Thematic Sessions A
Aquatic Biosurveillance
Barcoding Biotas
Data Analysis Methods
Education
Marine Barcoding
Recovering DNA
Closing Plenary
Evening Royal Institute Reception RIAus Debate and Reception
Watch on YouTube
Closing Reception, SA Museum  

Side Meetings

In addition to conference sessions and social events participants can enjoy several supplementary side meetings scheduled throughout the week.

  Wednesday
30 Nov 2011
Thursday
1 Dec 2011
Friday
2 Dec 2011
Saturday
3 Dec 2011
Lunch Geneious Presentation Napier LG29
Life Tech Office Hours
Napier LG28
Barcode Application Forum
Napier LG24
iBOL Mirror Site Committee
Napier LG07
Life Tech Presentation
Napier LG29
BOLD Clinic
Napier 210
Geneious Clinic
Napier 205
All-Africa Barcode Conference 2012
Napier 208
Evening Australian National Network
Ligertwood Law Theatre 1
Discussion Session
Napier 210


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Presenter Title Session Start End Poster Loc.
Verbruggen, H. GLOBAL SETS OF DNA BARCODES FACILITATE SPECIES DELIMITATION AND DIVERSIFICATION STUDIES IN MARINE MACROALGAEAlgae 12-2 11:4512-2 12:00
SCHILS, T. DNA BARCODING AS A TOOL FOR MACROALGAL DIVERSITY STUDIES AND INVASIVE SPECIES RISK ASSESSMENTS: A CASE STUDY FROM THE WESTERN PACIFICAlgae 12-2 11:3012-2 11:45
Le Gall, L. FLORISTIC SURVEY OF THE ALGAL DIVERSITY IN THE SOUTH OF MADAGASCAR DURING THE ATIMO VATAE EXPEDITIONAlgae 12-2 10:0012-2 10:15
Saunders, G. DNA BARCODING UNCOVERS SUBSTANTIAL OVERLOOKED DIVERSITY IN THE AUSTRALIAN MARINE MACROALGAL FLORAAlgae 12-2 11:1512-2 11:30
Belton, G. S. DNA BARCODING AND SPECIES DELIMITATION OF AUSTRALIAN CAULERPA (CHLOROPHYTA, CAULERPACEAE) USING THE CHLOROPLAST ENCODED TUFA GENEAlgae 12-2 9:0012-2 9:15
Dixon, K. R. SOUTHERN BIODIVERSITY BLITZ: BARCODING AUSTRALIA'S CRYPTIC CRUSTSAlgae 12-2 9:1512-2 9:30
Gurgel, C. F. D. DNA BARCODE OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF MARINE RED ALGAL FLORA (RHODOPHYTA), AUSTRALIAAlgae 12-2 9:4512-2 10:00
OLIVEIRA, M. C. DIVERSITY OF RED MACROALGAE (RHODOPHYTA) OF SÃO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL, BASED ON DNA BARCODING, MORPHOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION (RHODO-SP)Algae 12-2 11:0012-2 11:15
Gabrielson, P. MACROALGAL SPECIES DIVERSITY ASSESSED, BUT WHAT IS MY SCIENTIFIC NAME?Algae 12-2 9:3012-2 9:45
Schreider, M. TESTING PRIMERS COX2-3 SPACER, UCP6 AND UPA FOR CAULERPA TAXIFOLIAAlgae D24
CHO, G. Y. DNA BARCODING FOR THE CURATION OF ALGAL SPECIMENS IN NATIONAL HERBARIUMAlgae A15
YANG, M. Y. DNA BARCODING TO TAXONOMY OF GRATELOUPIA (RHODOPHYTA)Algae A23
YANG, M. Y. SPECIES DELIMITATION USING DNA BARCODING TO MARTENSIA (DELESSERIACEAE, RHODOPHYTA)Algae A24
KIM, M. S. DNA BARCODES AS CRITICAL FACTORS FOR IDENTIFYING GRACILARIA SALICORNIA (RHODOPHYTA) FROM SOUTH-EAST ASIA Algae A16
Marins, B. MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF LAMINARIA POPULATIONS IN SOUTHWESTERN ATLANTIC OCEANAlgae A18
Macaya, E. DNA BARCODING OF THE LARGEST SEAWEED ON EARTHAlgae A17
Rath, J. BIODIVERSITY OF MACRO-ALGAE OF CHILIKA LAGOON, RAMSAR SITE - CONVENTIONAL TAXONOMY AND DNA BARCODINGAlgae A19
Soisup, N. TAXONOMIC REVISION OF BROWN ALGAE GENERA ACROCARPIA AND CAULOCYSTIS (FUCALES, PHAEOPHYCEAE)Algae A20
Spokes, T. M. A DNA BARCODING STUDY USING COX1 AND RBCL DNA MARKERS TO INVESTIGATE THE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY & PHYLOGENETICS OF THE MARINE CALCIFIED RED ALGA DICHOTOMARIA MARGINATA (NEMALIALES, RHODOPHYTA) AROUND AUSTRALIA Algae A21
TOTHILL, C. A. DNA BARCODING OF THE ECONOMICALLY AND ECOLOGICALLY IMPORTANT MARINE RED MACROALGA HYPNEA PANNOSA COMPLEX (GIGARTINALES, RHODOPHYTA) IN AUSTRALIAAlgae A22
Eberhard, S. BARCODING SUBTERRANEAN INVERTEBRATES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN WESTERN AUSTRALIAAquatic Env. 12-2 14:4512-2 15:00
Zhou, X. BARCODING IRAQ: AQUATIC INSECTS OF THE TIGRIS/EUPHRATES RIVER BASIN USEFUL FOR BIOSURVEILLANCEAquatic Env. 12-2 14:0012-2 14:15
Gombeer, S. USING DNA BARCODES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A BIODIVERSITY CHIPAquatic Env. 12-2 14:3012-2 14:45
Gombeer, S. USING DNA BARCODES FOR UNRAVELING SPECIES IDENTIFICATIONS AND PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPSAquatic Env. 12-2 15:2012-2 15:25D01
KIM, S. A DNA BARCODE LIBRARY FOR KOREAN CHIRONOMIDAE (INSECTA: DIPTERA) AND DISCOVERY OF A CRYPTIC SPECIESAquatic Env. 12-2 15:1512-2 15:20D02
Ejdung, G. DNA BARCODING OF BALTIC SEA CHIRONOMIDAE FOR IMPROVED BIODIVERSITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTSAquatic Env. 12-2 14:1512-2 14:30
Stein, E. APPLICATION OF DNA BARCODING TO MARINE AND FRESHWATER BIOASSESSMENTAquatic Env. 12-2 15:0012-2 15:15
Spall, J. BEYOND BIOINDICATORS: NEXT-GENERATION APPROACHES TO ENVIRONMENTAL BIOMONITORINGAquatic Env. 12-2 15:2512-2 15:30D03
MEYER, C. THE MOOREAN ECOMEBiotas 12-2 14:0012-2 14:30
Hausmann, A. BARCODING FAUNA BAVARICA: 7,000 SPECIES IN 30 MONTHSBiotas 12-2 16:0012-2 16:30
Buzan, E. V. ASSESSMENT OF THE BALKAN BIODIVERSITY BY DNA BARCODINGBiotas C01
Gallego, R. IDENTIFYING LARVAE FROM ANTARCTIC WATERS: A MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR APPROACHBiotas 12-2 15:0012-2 15:30
Adamowicz, S. J. PATTERNS OF BIODIVERSITY REVEALED IN SUB-ARCTIC “BARCODING BIOTAS” SURVEY (CHURCHILL, MANITOBA, CANADA)Biotas 12-2 16:3012-2 17:00
DAVIES, N. BEYOND THE BARCODE: BIODIVERSITY ECOGENOMICSBiotas 12-2 14:3012-2 15:00
Tubaro, P. L. DNA BARCODING REVEALS RECENT SPECIATION, EXTREME GENUS-LEVEL POLYPHYLY AND CRYPTIC SPECIES IN NEOTROPICAL BIRDSBirds 12-2 11:4512-2 12:00B55
Escalante, P. BARCODING BIRDS IN MEXICO: SOMETIMES WE WIN, SOMETIMES WE LOSEBirds 12-2 9:4012-2 10:00
Kim, C. B. IDENTIFICATION OF KOREAN BIRD SPECIES BY DNA BARCODINGBirds 12-2 11:0012-2 11:15B52
KOPUCHIAN, C. BARCODING THE BIRDS OF SOUTHERN SOUTH AMERICA: A PROGRESS REPORT FROM ARGENTINA AND BOLIVIABirds 12-2 9:0012-2 9:20
LIJTMAER, D. A. CALIBRATION OF THE COI MOLECULAR CLOCK IN BIRDS USING DNA BARCODESBirds 12-2 9:2012-2 9:40
Luczon, A. U. DNA BARCODING OF PHILIPPINE BIRDSBirds 12-2 11:3012-2 11:45B53
Sonet, G. DNA BARCODING IN EUROPEAN AND AFRICAN ACCIPITER (ACCIPITRIDAE: FALCONIFORMES)Birds 12-2 11:1512-2 11:30B54
White, N. THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY AND TAXONOMY OF COCKATOOS USING A MULTI-LOCUS APPROACHBirds 12-2 10:0012-2 10:20
Ha, W. Y. THE USE OF DNA BARCODE AND 16S RIBOSOMAL RNA GENE TO IDENTIFY FAKE ABALONE SPECIES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT IN HONG KONGCITES B61
Wulansari, W. SUBSPECIES IDENTIFICATION OF ENDANGERED PANTHERA TIGRISCITES B64
BERGMANN, T. CAOS-WORKBENCH: A CHARACTER-BASED BARCODING PLATFORMData Analysis 12-2 14:3012-2 14:45
BROWN, S. D. J. SPIDER: AN R PACKAGE FOR DNA BARCODINGData Analysis D07
Chu, K. H. ANALYZING PLANT BARCODING DATASETS BASED ON THE COMPOSITION VECTOR METHOD Data Analysis 12-2 14:4512-2 15:00
Collins, R. A. BARCODING'S NEXT TOP MODEL: AN EVALUATION OF NUCLEOTIDE SUBSTITUTION MODELS FOR SPECIMEN IDENTIFICATIONData Analysis 12-2 15:0012-2 15:15
FRANC, A. A PIPELINE FOR AUTOMATIC TAXONOMIC COMMUNITY INVENTORIES ON DATA FROM NGS: AN EXAMPLE WITH FRESHWATER DIATOMSData Analysis 12-2 16:0012-2 16:15
Little, D. P. APB: A PIPELINE FOR DNA BARCODE SEQUENCESData Analysis 12-2 16:1512-2 16:30
Liu, C. DNA BARCODE GOES TWO DIMENSIONSData Analysis 12-2 14:0012-2 14:15
Laredo, C. ON THE USE OF SELF ORGANIZING-MAPS FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF BARCODING DATA: AN APPLICATON TO HYLOMYSCUS DATAData Analysis D08
Pavlovic, V. MULTIPLE SPECTRAL KERNEL METHODS FOR FUNGI BARCODINGData Analysis 12-2 16:3012-2 16:45
Ma, E. Y. T. APPLICATION OF MACHINE LEARNING TO THE AUTOMATED ASSEMBLEY OF BARCODE SEQUENCESData Analysis 12-2 14:1512-2 14:30
Weitschek, E. SPECIES CLASSIFICATION USING DNA BARCODE SEQUENCES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSISData Analysis 12-2 16:4512-2 17:00
ONYIA, C. APPLICATION OF DNA BARCODING IN SOLVING ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS: THE CASE OF DESERTIFICATION, GULLY EROSION AND OIL SPILL DEGRADADED ENVIRONMENT IN NIGERIAEcology D05
Erickson, D. L. MOLECULAR RECONSTRUCTION OF TRI-TROPHIC INTERACTIONS WITHIN A PLANT-HERBIVORE-PARASITOID-PREDATOR FOOD WEBEcology 12-3 10:0012-3 10:30
Hanner, R. THE UTILITY OF DNA BARCODING IN THE EXPLORATION OF SPECIES INTERACTIONSEcology D04
PRASANNA KUMAR, C. DIETARY ANALYSIS OF ARIUS MACULATUS (THUNBERG) THROUGH DNA BARCODESEcology 12-3 9:3012-3 10:00
FAZEKAS, A. J. LICHEN IDENTIFICATION IN WOODLAND CARIBOU SCAT USING DNA BARCODINGEcology 12-3 9:0012-3 9:30
JAMES, K. E. DNA BARCODING AND CITIZEN SCIENCEEducation 12-2 14:0012-2 14:30
MICKLOS, D. URBAN BARCODE PROJECT: A SCALABLE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR IBOL OUTREACHEducation 12-2 14:3012-2 15:00
Ruegg, B. DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL DNA BARCODING ACTIVITIES BY BIO-RAD LABORATORIESEducation 12-2 15:0012-2 15:30
VAN WYNGAARDEN, M. BOLD OUTREACH: SUPPORT FOR EDUCATIONAL, COMMERCIAL AND REGULATORY BARCODE INITIATIVESEducation 12-2 16:0012-2 16:10D06
Kartavtsev, Y. DIVERGENCE AT CYT-B AND CO-1 MTDNA GENE SEQUENCES WITHIN SPECIES AND ON DIFFERENT TAXONOMIC LEVELS: IMPLICATIONS IN GENETICS OF SPECIATION AND DNA BARCODINGFish 1 B40
Akinwale, M. A HUMAN AND MATERIAL FACTOR CHALLENGES TO DNA BARCODING OF MARINE FISH SPECIES IN THE GULF OF GUINEA COAST OFF NIGERIAFish 1 B28
BANKS, J. C. USING ENVIRONMENTAL DNA TO DETECT THE PRESENCE OF BROWN TROUT (SALMO TRUTTA) IN NEW ZEALAND STREAMSFish 1 12-2 11:4512-2 12:00
KNEBELSBERGER, T. IDENTIFYING GERMAN FRESHWATER AND MARINE FISHES THROUGH DNA BARCODINGFish 1 B41
Ghosh, S. K. MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF CATFISHES OF NORTHEAST INDIA: A DNA BARCODE AND MINI-BARCODE APPROACHFish 1 B37
LENKA, S. MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION AND PHYLOGENY OF FRESHWATER PERCHES OF INDIAN WATERSFish 1 B42
Gomon, M. F. CHLOROPHTHALMUS (PISCES: CHLOROPHTHALMIDAE), A TAXONOMIST’S NIGHTMARE – USING CO1 TO PROVIDE INSIGHT TO CRYPTIC SPECIESFish 1 12-2 11:1512-2 11:45
SHARINA, S. N. BARCODING AND PHYLOGENY OF THE FLOUNDER FAMILY PLEURONECTIDAE (PLEURONECTIFORMES) FROM RUSSIA FAR EASTFish 1 B48
Sinclair, B. DNA BARCODES AND THE CHARACTERISATION OF ELASMOBRANCH LANDINGS IN GAMBIA, WEST AFRICAFish 1 B49
Khedkar, G. D. DNA BARCODING ORNAMENTAL FISHES FROM INDIA Fish 1 12-2 9:4512-2 10:00
Mwale, M. DNA BARCODING OF LARVAL REEF FISHES OF THE SOUTH-WESTERN INDIAN OCEANFish 1 B43
Díaz de Astarloa, J. M. BARCODING FISHES OF ARGENTINA: THE PROGRESS OF THE FRESHWATER CAMPAIGNFish 1 B30
Victor, B. VARIATION IN THE BARCODE SEQUENCE WITH SAMPLE SIZE IN CARIBBEAN REEF FISHES: GENETIC STRUCTURE AND CRYPTIC SPECIATION DEVELOP IN GENERA WITH BENTHIC EGGS FOLLOWED BY SHORT LARVAL DURATIONSFish 1 12-2 10:0012-2 10:30
Mwale, M. DNA BARCODING OF WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN FISH SPECIESFish 1 12-2 11:0012-2 11:15
ODENY, D. DNA BARCODING: REFINING PARATAXONOMY FOR FISHERY SURVEYSFish 1 B44
Urbankova, S. DNA BARCODING AND MOLECULAR BIODIVERSITY INVENTORY OF THE ICHTHYOFAUNA OF THE CZECH REPUBLICFish 1 B51
Díaz de Astarloa, J. M. A NEW MYLIOBATID SPECIES FROM ARGENTINE WATERS? MORPHOLOGICAL AND DNA BARCODING APPROACHESFish 1 B31
Hrbek, T. DNA BARCODING APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF RHEOPHILIC FISHES OF ARAGUAIA AND XINGU RIVERSFish 1 B39
FREITAS, P. D. MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF SPECIES FROM GENUS SALMINUS (CHARACIDAE) THROUGH DNA BARCODINGFish 1 B35
TURANOV, S. V. CO-1 GENE-BASED BARCODING OF PERCH-LIKE (PERCIFORMES) FISH SPECIES OF RUSSIA FAR EAST WITH PHYLOGENETIC AND TAXONOMIC OUTCOMESFish 1 B50
LAKRA, W. S. DNA BARCODING RESEARCH IN INDIA: EXCITEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT Fish 1 12-2 9:1512-2 9:45
Díaz de Astarloa, J. M. DNA BARCODING REVEALS TAXONOMIC CONFLICTS BETWEEN SARDINELLA AURITA AND S. BRASILIENSISFish 1 B32
Haslawati, B. MTDNA VARIATION IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIAN PANGASIID CATFISH: APPLICATION OF DNA BARCODING IN FISHERIES MANAGEMENTFish 1 B38
QUILANG, J. P. DNA BARCODING OF PHILIPPINE FISHES: STATUS AND PRELIMINARY ANALYSISFish 1 B46
Freitas, P. D. MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION USING DNA BARCODING OF THE FAMILY ANOSTOMIDAE (CHARACIFORMES: CHORDATA)Fish 1 B36
PRASANNA KUMAR, C. ESTIMATING COI DIVERSITY OF WILD AND CULTURE REARED LATES CALCARIFER (BLOCH) OF INDIAN WATERSFish 1 B45
SANTOS, M. D. FISHCODES: DNA BARCODING OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT AND REGULATED PHILIPPINE AQUATIC SPECIES FOR MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATIONFish 1 B47
Ferrari, A. INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO IDENTIFY FISHESFish 1 B34
Batishcheva, N. M. DNA BARCODING OF THE ALTAI OSMANS GENUS OREOLEUCISCUS (PISCES CYPRINIDAE, LEUCISCINAE) AND CLOSE TAXAFish 1 B29
Elliott, V. INVESTIGATION OF THE CAMBODIAN MEKONG FISHES WITH DNA BARCODINGFish 1 B33
Costa, F. O. A DNA BARCODE REFERENCE LIBRARY FOR MARINE FISH OF PORTUGAL: DESIGN AND ANNOTATION Fish 2 12-2 16:0012-2 16:30
Oliveira, C. THE USE OF DNA BARCODE METHODOLOGY IN THE STUDY OF COMPLEX NEOTROPICAL FISH GENERAFish 2 12-2 14:0012-2 14:15
WARD, R. D. BARCODING THE FISH OF LIZARD ISLAND (GREAT BARRIER REEF)Fish 2 12-2 14:1512-2 14:45
White, W. BEYOND FISHBOL: STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE APPROACHFish 2 12-2 16:3012-2 16:45
Hanner, R. H. FISH-BOL 1.0Fish 2 12-2 14:4512-2 15:00
Yu, Z. ITS GENETIC DIVERSITY OF NEMATODE-TRAPPING FUNGI TWO SPECIES AND THEIR IMPLICATION FOR FUNGI BARCODESFungi 1 A10
Kamil, D. SELECTION OF A SUITABLE DNA BARCODE MARKER FOR DELINEATION OF FUSARIUM SPECIES COMPLEXFungi 1 12-2 10:2012-2 10:25A02
Chiu, S.-H. FUNCODE: A FUNGI BARCODING DATABASE IN TAIWANFungi 1 A01
Sandoval-Sierra, J. V. THE NEED FOR DEFINING SPECIES IN THE THREATENING GENUS SAPROLEGNIA (OOMYCETES): FIRST BARCODING APPROACH WITH MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF ITS RDNA Fungi 1 12-2 12:2012-2 12:25A06
Quaedvlieg, W. MULTILOCUS BARCODING OF THE MYCOSPHAERELLA COMPLEX OCCURRING ON MYRTACEAEFungi 1 A05
Zamora, J. C. EXPLORING DNA BARCODING REGIONS IN GEASTRUM (AGARICOMYCETES)Fungi 1 A12
SEIFERT, K. A. INTERNATIONAL TREE SLIME PROJECTFungi 1 12-2 12:2512-2 12:30A08
Zhang, Y. IMPACT OF DNA SEQUENCE COMPARISON ON THE TAXONOMY OF PLEOSPORALESFungi 1 A09
LOMBARD, L. DNA BARCODING OF FUNGI IN HYPOCREALES WITH CYLINDRICAL CONIDIAFungi 1 A03
Pallem, C. DNA BARCODING AND SECONDARY METABOLITE PROFILING OF PLANT PATHOGENIC ALTERNARIA SPECIES Fungi 1 12-2 10:2512-2 10:30A04
Weir, B. S. TOWARDS A SECONDARY FUNGAL BARCODE FOR COLLETOTRICHUM [SORDARIOMYCETES, ASCOMYCOTA]Fungi 1 12-2 11:2012-2 11:40
Firacative, C. INTERNAL TRANSCRIBED SPACER (ITS) SEQUENCE DATABASE AS DNA BARCODING RESOURCE FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF HUMAN PATHOGENIC FUNGIFungi 1 12-2 11:0012-2 11:20
Quaedvlieg, W. UNRAVELING THE PHYLOGENY AND TAXONOMY OF THE GENUS SEPTORIA (MYCOSPHAERELLACEAE, CAPNODIALES) USING MULTI-GENE DNA SEQUENCE DATAFungi 1 12-2 12:0012-2 12:20
Guo, L. DNA BARCODE FOR THE GENUS PESTALOTIOPSIS Fungi 1 12-2 9:4012-2 10:00
LOMBARD, L. DNA BARCODING OF BOTRYOSPHAERIACEAEFungi 1 12-2 10:0012-2 10:20
LUMBSCH, H. T. SPECIES DELIMITATION IN CLADONIA: A CHALLENGE TO THE BARCODING PHILOSOPHYFungi 1 12-2 11:4012-2 12:00
Crous, P. W. DEFINING PHYLOGENETIC LINEAGES IN CERCOSPORA AND PSEUDOCERCOSPORAFungi 1 12-2 9:2012-2 9:40
Rezinciuc, S. DOCUMENTING MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERS ON REFERENCE CULTURES FOR THE PARASITIC SPECIES SAPROLEGNIA PARASITICA (OOMYCETES) THAT SUPPORT BARCODE RESULTS WITH ITS RDNA Fungi 1 12-2 9:0012-2 9:20
Zakaria, L. MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF FUSARIUM SPECIES IN GIBBERELLA FUJIKUROI SPECIES COMPLEX FROM RICE, SUGARCANE AND MAIZE FROM PENINSULAR MALAYSIAFungi 2 12-2 15:2512-2 15:30A11
Sathiyadash, K. MYCORRHIZAL ASSOCIATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION AND SEED GERMINATION OF SOUTH INDIAN ORCHIDSFungi 2 12-2 15:2012-2 15:25A07
Liimatainen, K. A COMPARISON OF RDNA IGS1, ITS, RPB2 AND LSU REGIONS IN THE SPECIES DELIMITATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CORTINARIUS (BASIDIOMYCOTA, AGARICALES)Fungi 2 12-2 15:0012-2 15:20
Sarmiento-Ramirez, J. M. BARCODING FUSARIUM SOLANI: A GLOBAL PROBLEM IN THREATENED SEA TURTLES SPECIESFungi 2 12-2 14:2012-2 14:40
STEFANI, F. O. P. DNA BARCODE(S) FOR FUNGI: A CASE STUDY IN THE SUBGENUS DERMOCYBE OF CORTINARIUS FROM SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAFungi 2 12-2 14:4012-2 15:00
Cai, L. APN1/MAT LOCUS IS A POTENTIAL ADDITIONAL BARCODE FOR CRYPTIC SPECIES IN COLLETOTRICHUM GLOEOSPORIOIDES COMPLEXFungi 2 12-2 14:0012-2 14:20
BROWN, A. J. USING BARCODING TO DELINEATE SUBTRIBE, GENUS AND SPECIES: AGROSTIDINAE AND LACHNAGROSTIS (POACEAE)Grasses 12-2 14:2012-2 14:40
Murphy, D. J. DNA BARCODING INVASIVE GRASSES AND THE TAXONOMIC IMPEDIMENTGrasses 12-2 14:0012-2 14:20
Syme, A. INVESTIGATING RBCL GENE DUPLICATION IN GRASSESGrasses 12-2 14:4012-2 15:00
WAYCOTT, M. BARCODING SEAGRASSES CHALLENGES TAXONOMIC ENTITIES IN AN ANCIENT MARINE PLANT GROUPGrasses 12-2 15:0012-2 15:20
GOPURENKO, D. INTEGRATIVE TAXONOMIC ASSESSMENT AND DNA BARCODING OF ECONOMICALLY IMPORTANT BITING MIDGES (CERATOPOGONIDAE: CULICOIDES) PRESENT IN AUSTRALASIAParasites/Vectors 12-3 11:1512-3 11:30
Lange, C. N. PRELIMINARY DNA-SEQUENCING OF FRESHWATER SNAILS IN THE GENERA BULINUS AT L. VICTORIA, KENYA PRESENT POTENTIAL OF BARCODING IN ADDRESSING BIOMEDICAL UNCERTAINTIESParasites/Vectors 12-3 11:3012-3 11:45B63
Gomez, G. F. MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BARCODE REGION OF ANOPHELES PSEUDOPUNCTIPENNIS S.L. (DIPTERA: CULICIDAE) FROM CORDOBA, COLOMBIAParasites/Vectors 12-3 11:0012-3 11:15B62
Hanner, R. THE IBOL ASSISTANT: A SMARTPHONE APP FOR AUTOMATING FIELD META DATA COLLECTIONInformatics 12-3 10:0012-3 10:15
Robert, V. FUNGAL BARCODING DATABASEInformatics 12-3 9:0012-3 9:15
Hanner, R. AN INDUSTRIAL INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE FOR DNA BARCODINGInformatics 12-3 12:0012-3 12:15
Liu, D. GLOBAL MIRROR SYSTEM OF DNA BARCODE DATAInformatics 12-3 9:1512-3 9:30
Ratnasingham, S. R. BARCODE INDEX NUMBERS: AN INTERIM TAXONOMIC SYSTEM FOR ANIMALSInformatics 12-3 9:3012-3 9:45
Milton, M. A. THE BARCODE OF LIFE DATA SYSTEM (BOLD) VERSION 3.0Informatics D10
Federhen, S. WHO'S ON FIRST, WHAT'S IN GENBANK: BARCODE DATA IN THE PUBLIC DATABASESInformatics 12-3 9:4512-3 10:00
ROBERT, V. A. I4LIFE: CROSS-REFERENCING THE WORLD’S MAJOR TAXONOMIC CATALOGUES Informatics 12-3 10:1512-3 10:30
Schonfeld, J. DETECTING SHIFTS IN THE GENETIC CODE USING DNA BARCODESInformatics 12-3 11:1512-3 11:39
Spouge, J. L. A SYSTEMATIC EXPLORATION OF THE EFFECTS OF ALIGNMENT METHODS, EVOLUTIONARY DISTANCES, AND INCREASING DATABASE SIZE ON THE PROBABILITY OF CORRECT SPECIES IDENTIFICATION WITH A BARCODE DATABASEInformatics 12-3 11:3012-3 11:45
Ross, H. A. REASSESSING THE INCIDENCE OF SPECIES-LEVEL PARAPHYLYInformatics 12-3 11:4512-3 12:00
HANNER, R. H. AN INTEGRATIVE COLLECTION DATA MANAGEMENT WORKFLOW FOR DNA BARCODINGInformatics D09
Bertrand, C. INFERRING ANT REPRODUCTIVE DISPERSAL THROUGH PHYLOGEOGRAPHICAL COMPARISONS OF COIInsects 1 B16
Rougerie, R. EMBRACING MODERN IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUES IN ECOLOGICAL AND CONSERVATION STUDIES: A TEST STUDY COMPARING MORPHOLOGY, STANDARD DNA BARCODING AND NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING IN LEPIDOPTERA OF THE COLOMBIAN AND BRAZILIAN AMAZONIAInsects 1 12-2 9:3012-2 10:00
Meiklejohn, K. A. COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION OF DNA BARCODING FOR FORENSICALLY IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN SARCOPHAGIDAE (DIPTERA)Insects 1 12-2 10:1512-2 10:30
Lopez-Vaamonde, C. DNA BARCODING OF EUROPEAN GRACILLARIIDAE LEAF-MINING MOTHSInsects 1 12-2 11:1512-2 11:30
Astrin, J. EXPLORING DIVERSITY IN CRYPTORHYNCHINE WEEVILSInsects 1 12-2 10:0012-2 10:15
ZAKHAROV, E. V. EXPLORING PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF AFRICAN CHARAXES (LEPIDOPTERA: NYMPHALIDAE) THROUGH DNA BARCODINGInsects 1 12-2 11:0012-2 11:15
Strutzenberger, P. BARCODES INCREASE SPECIES COUNT FOR ECUADOREAN EOIS (LEPIDOPTERA: GEOMETRIDAE) BY UP TO 61%Insects 1 12-2 12:2212-2 12:30B26
SCHONFELD, J. INDELS IN CO1: A CASE STUDY OF TWO INSECT ORDERSInsects 1 12-2 12:1512-2 12:22B24
DECAËNS, T. ON THE USE OF DNA BARCODES AS A PROXY FOR LEPIDOPTERAN SPECIES RICHNESS IN HYPERDIVERSE REGIONSInsects 1 12-2 12:0012-2 12:07B17
Raupach, M. J. SPECIES IDENTIFICATION OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN GROUND BEETLES (COLEOPTERA: CARABIDAE) USING DNA BARCODESInsects 1 12-2 11:3012-2 11:45B22
Kekkonen, M. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DNA BARCODING FOR SPECIES DELINEATION IN TWO SUBFAMILIES OF AUSTRALIAN LEPIDOPTERAInsects 1 12-2 12:0712-2 12:15B21
Miller, S. E. A BARCODE LIBRARY AS A CATALYST IN ECOLOGICAL RESEARCHInsects 1 12-2 9:0012-2 9:30
deWaard, J. R. INTEGRATIVE TAXONOMY: DNA BARCODING AND MORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES REVEAL THREE CRYPTIC SPECIES OF ANANIA (LEPIDOPTERA: CRAMBIDAE: PYRAUSTINAE) IN NORTH AMERICA, ALL DISTINCT FROM THEIR EUROPEAN COUNTERPART Insects 1 B18
Adamowicz, S. J. NEOTROPICAL ANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND BIODIVERSITY DYNAMICS ALONG AN ELEVATION GRADIENTInsects 1 B15
SUTOU, M. DNA BARCODES OF THE JAPANESE HOVERFLIES OF THE GENUS MERODON (DIPTERA, SYRPHIDAE): COMPARISON OF THE GENETIC VARIATION BETWEEN THE INVASIVE SPECIES M. EQUESTRIS AND THE NATIVE CONGENER M. KAWAMURAEInsects 1 B27
Jordaens, K. CRYPTIC DIVERSITY IN THE WIDESPREAD EUROPEAN EARWIG, FORFICULA AURICULARIA (INSECTA, DERMAPTERA)Insects 1 B19
Rosas-Escobar, P. TROPICAL NYMPHALIDAE OF MEXICO: FEWER GENERA MIGHT BE NEEDEDInsects 1 B23
Rougerie, R. RAPID INVENTORY VIA DNA BARCODING: CROSS-LEPIDOPTERAN DIVERSITY SURVEY OF NOURAGUES INSELBERG, FRENCH GUIANAInsects 1 12-2 11:4512-2 12:00
ZALDÍVAR-RIVERÓN, A. BARCODE INITIATIVE FOR HOST-PARASITOID INSECT TROPHIC LINKS FROM THE CHAMELA-CUIXMALA BIOSPHERE RESERVE, MEXICOInsects 2 12-2 14:3012-2 14:45
STAHLHUT, J. K. FILLING IN THE GAPS: CHARACTERISTIC COI ANOMALIES AND BARCODING UNDERREPRESENTED HYMENOPTERAN TAXAInsects 2 12-2 14:1512-2 14:30
GROOM, S. V. C. HALICTINE BEES OF THE SOUTH WEST PACIFIC: IMPLICATIONS OF A RECENT AND RAPID RADIATIONInsects 2 12-2 14:0012-2 14:15
Jordaens, K. SPECIES IDENTIFICATION OF FORENSICALLY IMPORTANT FLIES USING DNA BARCODINGInsects 2 12-2 15:0712-2 15:15B20
Sonet, G. DNA BARCODING OF FIRE ANTS AND THIEF ANTS (GENUS SOLENOPSIS) OF THE ECUADORIAN ANDES AS A TOOL FOR BIODIVERSITY RESEARCHInsects 2 12-2 15:0012-2 15:07B25
Kittel, R. DNA BASED SPECIES DELINEATION: DIVERSITY AND PHYLOGENY OF AUSTRALIAN CHELONINE WASPS (HYMENOPTERA: BRACONIDAE); PARASITOIDS OF LEPIDOPTERAN EGGSInsects 2 12-2 14:4512-2 15:00D19
STEVENS, M. BARCODING COLLEMBOLA: THE WORLD SPECIES OF NEANURINAEInvertebrates B14
ASMYHR, M. G. EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN…INVESTIGATING SUBTERRANEAN BIODIVERSITY USING DNA BARCODINGInvertebrates 12-2 9:0012-2 9:15
Garcia-Morales, A. DNA BARCODING FRESHWATER ROTIFERA OF MEXICOInvertebrates 12-2 11:0012-2 11:15
HOGG, I. D. USING DNA BARCODES TO IDENTIFY NATIVE AND INTRODUCED CALANOID COPEPODS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALANDInvertebrates 12-2 9:3012-2 9:45B10
HSU, T.-H. DNA BARCODING REVEALS CRYPTIC DIVERSITY IN THE PEANUT WORM SIPUNCULUS NUDUSInvertebrates 12-2 11:3012-2 11:45
Javidkar, M. DNA BARCODING OF TROGLOBITIC ISOPODS FROM GROUNDWATER CALCRETES OF CENTRAL WESTERN AUSTRALIAInvertebrates B11
Koenders, A. THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK - ENGLISH CRYPTIC SPECIES OF THE EUCYPRIS VIRENS SPECIES COMPLEX (OSTRACODA, CRUSTACEA) HAVE INVADED WESTERN AUSTRALIAInvertebrates 12-2 9:1512-2 9:30
Nakacwa, R. NEMATODE 18S RRNA GENE IS A RELIABLE TOOL TO ASSESS BIOSAFETY OF BANANA CONFINED FIELD TRIAL IN UGANDA Invertebrates 12-2 11:1512-2 11:30
Decaëns, T. DNA BARCODING SOIL INVERTEBRATES: LIGHTING UP THE UNDERGROUNDInvertebrates B09
Stevens, M. BARCODING COLLEMBOLA: SCALING UP!Invertebrates B13
DECAËNS, T. TRANSCENDING THE FINAL FRONTIER: DNA BARCODING TO ESTIMATE UNDERGROUND BIODIVERSITY – CASE STUDIES WITH EARTHWORMS IN POORLY STUDIED INTER-TROPICAL REGIONSInvertebrates 12-2 11:4512-2 12:00
Shearn, R. EVOLUTION AND DIVERSITY OF BENNELONGIA (CRUSTACEA, OSTRACODA) IN AUSTRALIAInvertebrates B12
Ross, P. M. USING DNA BARCODES TO ASSESS THE POPULATION STRUCTURE OF THE NEW ZEALAND ESTUARINE CLAM AUSTROVENUS STUTCHBURYI (BIVALVIA: VENERIDAE)Marine 12-2 17:0012-2 17:15C21
WILSON, N.G. MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF MEIOFAUNAL HETEROBRANCHS- AN EXTRA TOOL WHEN MORPHOLOGHICAL CHARACTERS ARE FEWMarine C16
Hall, K. A. SPONGEMAPS: INTEGRATING MORPHOLOGICAL DATA WITH DNA BARCODES THROUGH A BESPOKE ONLINE PORTALMarine 12-2 14:0012-2 14:15C09
KNEBELSBERGER, T. THE NEXT STEP: RAPID MOLECULAR IN SITU SPECIES IDENTIFICATIONMarine 12-2 14:1512-2 14:30
Costa, F. O. INVENTORYING MACROBENTHOS DIVERSITY OF THE PORTUGUESE COAST: USE OF DNA BARCODES AS A TOOL FOR AN INTEGRATIVE TAXONOMIC APPROACHMarine C05
Costa, F.O. DNA BARCODES UNCOVER HIDDEN DIVERSITY IN MARINE WOOD BORING ORGANISMSMarine C06
DARUSALLAM, C. C. ACCESSING DNA BARCODE TO IDENTIFY BACTERIAL SYMBIONTS OF MARINE INVERTEBRATE AS SUSTAINABLE SOURCE OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDSMarine C07
Knox, M. DNA BARCODES REVEAL CONTRASTING ASSEMBLAGES OF PHOXOCEPHALID AMPHIPODS AMONG DEEP SEA, CONTINENTAL SHELF HABITATS OFF NEW ZEALANDMarine 12-2 14:4512-2 15:00
PRASANNA KUMAR, C. DNA BARCODING - A POTENT TOOL FOR MARINE BIO-PROSPECTING; IDENTIFYING MOLLUSCAN EGG MASSES THROUGH DNA BARCODESMarine C17
Kumar, A. B. REVISIT TO THE TAXONOMY OF OCTOPUSES (MOLLUSCA: CEPHALOPODA) IN INDIAN COASTAL WATERS THROUGH DNA BARCODINGMarine 12-2 16:3012-2 16:45C12
Kupriyanova, E. K. CO1 BARCODING OF HYDROIDES: A ROAD FROM IMPOSSIBLE TO DIFFICULTMarine 12-2 16:1512-2 16:30
Hebert, P. D. N. THE MARINE MOLLUSCS OF CANADA'S OCEAN BASINS: TRENDS IN SPECIES DIVERSITY AND HISTORICAL PHYLOGEOGRAPHYMarine C10
MANTELATTO, F. L. DNA BARCODE: MULTIDISCIPLINARY CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BIODIVERSITY OF DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS ALONG THE COAST OF SÃO PAULO STATE, BRAZILMarine C13
Marques, C. G. IN SEARCH OF DNA BARCODE FOR SHRIMP PENAEID OF BRAZILIAN COASTMarine 12-2 15:0012-2 15:15C14
Martinez-Arce, A. FIRST RESULTS IN MEXICO WITH COI IN FREE-LIVING MARINE NEMATODESMarine C15
Hall, K. A. BARCODING APPROACHES TO THE TAXONOMY OF AUSTRALASIAN TOXIC SPONGESMarine C08
Siti Azizah MOHD. NOR MANAGING THE RICH MARINE BIODIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA – A BARCODING APPROACHMarine 12-2 17:1512-2 17:30
RADULOVICI, A. BARCODING MALACOSTRACAN CRUSTACEANS ACROSS CANADA’S OCEANS: REFERENCE LIBRARY AND BEYONDMarine 12-2 14:3012-2 14:45C18
Raupach, M. J. DNA BARCODING OF CRUSTACEANS FROM THE NORTH SEAMarine C20
Sinclair, B. DNA BARCODES AND DIVERGENCE IN AUSTRALIAN NAUTILUS: CONSEQUENCES FOR POPULATIONS MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATIONMarine 12-2 16:4512-2 17:00
Watanabe, H. EXPLORATION OF THE DEEP-SEA FLOOR FOR NEW SPECIES USING A NEWLY-DEVELOPED SUBMERSIBLEMarine C22
Zheng, L. DNA BARCODING THE HYDROMEDUSAE USING MTCOI AND 16S RDNAMarine C24
Raupach, M. J. APPLICATION OF MOLECULAR TOOLS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF NORTH SEA ZOOPLANKTON DIVERSITYMarine C19
Hernandez-Trujillo, S. DNA BARCODING OF PELAGIC COPEPODS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA, MEXICOMarine C11
Armstrong, K. N. CHALLENGES IN SEQUENCING DNA FROM VERTEBRATE COLLECTIONS IN MUSEUMSMuseum 12-2 17:1512-2 17:30
MARTÍN, M. P. DNA BARCODING OF CORTICIOID HERBARIUM COLLECTIONSMuseum 12-2 16:1512-2 16:30
Mitchell, A. A NOVEL STRATEGY FOR HIGH-THROUGHPUT DNA BARCODING OF DECADES OLD DRIED INSECT SPECIMENSMuseum 12-2 16:3012-2 16:45
Staats, M. HERBARIUM DNA: EXTRACTION OPTIMIZATION, DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND USEMuseum 12-2 16:0012-2 16:15
Puillandre, N. BARCODING 10-40 YEAR OLD CRUSTACEAN COLLECTIONSMuseum 12-2 16:4512-2 17:00
Robins, J. H. HOW USEFUL ARE MTDNA METHODS FOR IDENTIFYING RATS?Museum 12-2 17:0012-2 17:15
Naikwade, B. S. ZOO ANIMALS ASSIGNED WITH A DNA BARCODE AT SIDDHARTHA ZOO, AURANGABAD, INDIANetworks 12-3 12:0012-3 12:15
Stielow, B. DNA BARCODING PANDORA'S BOXNetworks 12-3 11:1512-3 11:30
Segers, H. A BELGIAN BARCODING FACILITY FOR ORGANISMS AND TISSUES OF POLICY CONCERN (BOPCO)Networks B66
Gallegos-Simental, G. F. THE EXPERIENCE OF THE NETWORK IN NORTHWESTERN MEXICONetworks B71
KWAK, M. GOVERNMENT-DRIVEN DNA BARCODING PROJECT FOR KOREAN NATIVE SPECIESNetworks 12-3 12:0012-3 12:15
Hopkins, K. P. THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF SETTING UP A BARCODGING PIPELINE AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM LONDONNetworks 12-3 11:3012-3 11:45
ZHOU, X. SHENZHEN NATIONAL GENE BANK: INTEGRATING DNA BARCODES INTO CHINA’S BIO-RESOURCE AND GENOMIC DATABASENetworks 12-3 12:0012-3 12:15
Worthington Wilmer, J. MOLECULAR IDENTITIES LABORATORY, QUEENSLAND MUSEUM AND ITS ROLE IN DNA BARCODINGNetworks D23
Otigbu, A. C. USING BARCODE DATA AS A TOOL FOR COMBATING DESERTIFICATIONNetworks B67
Ashfaq, M. DNA BARCODING IN PAKISTAN: PROGRESS, APPLICATIONS AND PROSPECTSNetworks 12-3 10:2012-3 10:30
Jinbo, U. CURRENT STATUS OF THE JAPANESE BARCODE OF LIFE INITIATIVE (JBOLI)Networks B69
ODENY, D. O. IMPLEMENTING A NATIONAL DNA BARCODING OPERATING NODE FROM SCRATCH - THE EXPERIENCE OF KENBOLNetworks 12-3 10:1012-3 10:20
Jordaens, K. BELGIAN NETWORK FOR DNA BARCODINGNetworks B68
LOMBARD, L. THE EUROPEAN CONSORTIUM FOR THE BARCODE OF LIFE – COORDINATING EUROPE’S CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS THE BARCODE OF LIFE INITIATIVENetworks 12-3 9:4512-3 10:00
Oliveira, C. BRAZILIAN NETWORK FOR DNA BARCODING OF BIODIVERSITY (BRBOL)Networks 12-3 9:1512-3 9:30
Elias-Gutierrez, M. MEXICAN PARTICIPATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL BARCODE OF LIFE PROJECTNetworks 12-3 9:0012-3 9:15
Doorenweerd, C. DNA BARCODING AT THE NCB NATURALISNetworks B72
ZAKHAROV, E. V. WINNING THE RACE: PROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND WORKFLOW DESIGN IN A HIGH-THROUGHPUT DNA BARCODING FACILITYNetworks 12-3 11:4512-3 12:00
Hebert, P. BARCODING FOR PENNIES – AN AFFORDABLE APPROACH FOR SCREENING MASS COLLECTIONSNetworks B70
Astrin, J. INITIATING THE GERMAN BARCODE OF LIFE PROJECT, GBOLNetworks 12-3 9:3012-3 9:45B65
Freeman, P.L. UPDATE ON THE EVOLUTION OF THE IBOL NODESNetworks 12-3 10:0012-3 10:10
STEINKE, D. COMPARATIVE ECOSYSTEM FINGERPRINTINGEnvir. Data 12-3 10:1512-3 10:30
DECAËNS, T. THE GENOSOIL-FR PROJECT: INSIGHTS FROM METAGENOMICS INTO THE STUDY OF TOTAL BIODIVERSITY OF SOILSEnvir. Data 12-3 12:1512-3 12:20D12
PANSU, J. A METABARCODING APPROACH TO ESTIMATE BIODIVERSITY IN FOUR DIFFERENT ALPINE PLANT COMMUNITIESEnvir. Data 12-3 12:2012-3 12:25D13
Shokralla, S. REDUCING AMPLIFICATION BIAS IN NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING APPROACHES USED FOR BIODIVERSITY ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLESEnvir. Data 12-3 11:1512-3 11:30
CROSS, H. STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND: THE IMPACT OF CAMELS ON AUSTRALIAN NATIVE FLORAEnvir. Data 12-3 10:0012-3 10:15
Burgoyne, L. A NEXT-GENERATION-SEQUENCING METHOD FOR MATCHING METAGENOMES OF SOILS OR DETRITUS AND DECONVOLUTING MIXTURES OF THEMEnvir. Data 12-3 11:3012-3 11:45
BUNCE, M. THE USE OF UNIVERSAL PRIMERS AND DEEP SEQUENCING TO AUDIT COMPLEX MIXTURES OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINESEnvir. Data 12-3 11:4512-3 12:00
Boyer, S. USING 454-PYROSEQUENCING FOR MOLECULAR DIET ANALYSIS OF GENERALIST PREDATORS: AN EXAMPLE OF EARTHWORM DNA AMPLIFIED FROM THE FAECES OF A NEW ZEALAND CARNIVOROUS LANDSNAILEnvir. Data 12-3 9:4512-3 10:00
Spall, J. BEYOND BIOINDICATORS: NEXT-GENERATION APPROACHES TO ENVIRONMENTAL BIOMONITORINGEnvir. Data 12-3 9:3012-3 9:45
Bellemain, E. DNA BARCODING OF PERMAFROST SEDIMENTS TO TRACK ANCIENT ARCTIC ECOSYSTEM CHANGESEnvir. Data 12-3 9:1512-3 9:30
Coissac, E. EVALUATION AND DESIGN OF NEW DNA BARCODE MARKERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIESEnvir. Data 12-3 11:0012-3 11:15
Bellemain, E. NEW ENVIRONMENTAL METABARCODES FOR ANALYSING DIRT DNAEnvir. Data D11
Chariton, A. AN ECOGENOMIC APPROACH FOR ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF THE ANTI-BACTERIAL AGENT TRICLOSAN ON ESTUARINE SEDIMENTARY EUKARYOTIC BIOTA Envir. Data 12-3 9:0012-3 9:15
Crandall, K. A. TARGETED NEXT-GEN SEQUENCING FOR DNA BARCODESEnvir. Data 12-3 12:0012-3 12:15
HEBERT, P. COMPARING THE SUCCESS OF DIFFERENT DNA BARCODES IN BOREAL AND TROPICAL FLORASPlants A37
Nevill, P. DNA BARCODING FOR RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF ACACIA SPP. IMPACTED BY MINING IN THE MID-WEST OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAPlants 12-2 9:0012-2 9:15
Miller, J. T. DNA BARCODING FOR IDENTIFICATION OF STERILE ACACIA SPECIESPlants 12-2 9:1512-2 9:30
Cabrera, L. I. DNA BARCODE OF THE FLORA OF CALAKMUL, YUCATAN PENINSULA, MEXICOPlants 12-2 9:3012-2 9:45
GEMMILL, C. LIKE NEEDLE(S) IN THE HAYSTACK: THE CASE OF BARCODING AND THE NEW CALEDONIAN FLORAPlants 12-2 9:4512-2 10:00
Ekrem, T. RESTRICTED VARIATION IN PLANT BARCODING MARKERS LIMITS IDENTIFICATION IN CLOSELY RELATED BRYOPHYTE SPECIESPlants 12-2 11:0012-2 11:10A31
SHI, L. AN INTEGRATED DNA BARCODING WEB SERVER FOR ENDANGERED PLANT SPECIESPlants 12-2 11:1012-2 11:20B02
CACHAY, J. C. STUDY OF THE VARIABILITY OF THE MATK, RBCL AND ITS2 LOCI IN HERBARIUM AND FRESH SAMPLES OF THE GENUS PIPER AND CINCHONA FOR USE AS A DNA BARCODEPlants 12-2 11:2012-2 11:30A27
RUBIO, K.D. STUDY OF THE VARIABILITY OF MATK, RBCL AND ITS2 BARCODE REGIONS IN MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE GENUS PEPEROMIA TO DEVELOP AN ACCURATE METHOD OF SPECIES IDENTIFICATIONPlants 12-2 11:3012-2 11:40A48
Vischi, M. IDENTIFICATION OF HELIANTHUS SPP. THROUGH DNA BARCODESPlants 12-2 11:5012-2 12:00B04
Madasamy, P. CANCELLED: DNA BARCODING OF SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS FROM INDIAPlants 12-2 11:4012-2 11:50A42
Ashfaq, M. DNA BARCODING IN SPECIES WITH COMPLEX GENOME: A CASE STUDY OF THE COTTON GENUS GOSSYPIUMPlants 12-2 12:0012-2 12:10A25
DEKA, P. C. ESTABLISHMENT OF DNA BARCODES FOR ORCHIDS OF NORTH EAST INDIAPlants 12-2 12:1012-2 12:20
THOMAS, G. DNA BARCODING REVEALS POOR SPECIES RESOLUTION BY UNIVERSAL PLANT BARCODE LOCI IN INDIAN ZINGIBERACEAEPlants 12-2 12:2012-2 12:30B03
Kun, L. A TRAFFIC LIGHT APPROACH TO BARCODE PLANT SPECIESPlants 12-2 10:1512-2 10:30
Campbell, L. M. DNA BARCODING OF XYRIDACEAE (POALES)Plants A28
Krauss, S. L. DNA BARCODING CLEARS THE ROAD AHEAD OF IMPACTS ON RARE FLORA – AN EXAMPLE WITH EUCALYPTUS ARTICULATAPlants A41
Elansary, H. O. BARCODING OF EGYPTIAN ORNAMENTAL HERBS, SHRUBS AND TREESPlants A32
Dhivya, S. DNA BARCODE BASED PCR-RFLP IS A SIMPLE TOOL TO AUTHENTICATE HERBAL PRODUCTS Plants A30
ODRZYKOSKI, I. J. TAXONOMIC IDENTIFICATION OF CHLOROPLAST GENOME OF MARCHANTIA POLYMORPHA USING DNA BARCODE SEQUENCESPlants A43
Ogundipe, O. T. DNA BARCODING OF LOGANIACEAE IN WEST AFRICA Plants A44
Ogundipe, O.T. DNA BANKING AND BARCODING OF ARID PLANTS IN NIGERIAPlants A45
Dhivya, S. DNA BARCODING OF THE MORPHOLOGICALLY SIMILAR MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR PHARMACOVIGILANCE AND TO SOLVE THE TAXONOMICAL DISPUTESPlants A29
RUZAINAH, A. J. PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF DNA BARCODE FOR MALAYSIAN HERBSPlants B01
Ghahramanzadeh, R. MOLECULAR DISTINCTION OF THE INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES, MYRIOPHYLLUM SPP., FROM NATIVE RELATIVES Plants A34
GOPURENKO, D. SOIL SEED BANK SPECIES DIVERSITY AND DNA BARCODINGPlants A36
Iloh, A. C POST 2010 BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION TARGETS: THE ROLE OF DNA BARCODING IN CONSERVATION OF NEGLECTED AND UNDERUTILIZED PLANTS (NUP) IN NIGERIAPlants A38
KAWAHARA, T. POSSIBILITY OF IDENTIFICATION AT SPECIES AND POPULATION LEVELS FOR THE GENUS DAPHNE (THYMELAEACEAE) BY DNA BARCODINGPlants A39
KORPELAINEN, H. DNA BARCODING CONTRIBUTES TO SPECIES IDENTIFICATION IN BRYOPHYTESPlants A40
Pang, X. AUTHENTICATION OF HERBAL MEDICINAL MATERIALS USING DNA BARCODINGPlants A46
Park, C. MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF ULLUNG ISLAND POPULATIONS OF FALLOPIA SACHALINENSIS (F. SCHMIDT) RONSE DECR. (POLYGONACEAE)Plants A47
Ge, X.-J. TESTING DNA BARCODING IN CLOSELY-RELATED GROUPS OF LYSIMACHIA L. (MYRSINACEAE)Plants A33
BHAGWAT, R. M. IMPROVING SPECIES IDENTIFICATION OF DALBERGIA SPP. WITH DNA BARCODINGPlants A26
Gonzalez, M. EFFECTS OF GEOGRAPHIC GENETIC VARIATIONS ON PLANT DNA BARCODING ACCURACYPlants A35
Graham, S. W. UNDERSTANDING THE SPECTACULAR FAILURE OF DNA BARCODING IN WILLOWS (SALIX)Plants 12-2 10:0012-2 10:15
JOHNSON, R. N. CAN DNA BARCODING HELP STOP THE BUDGIE SMUGGLERS? THE FUTURE OF WILDLIFE FORENSICS AS A CRIME FIGHTING TOOLPlenary 11-30 11:0011-30 11:10
DEAGLE, B. FURTHER FACTS FROM FAECES: DIETARY DNA BARCODING USING HIGH THROUGHPUT SEQUENCINGPlenary 11-30 12:1011-30 12:30
BOYKIN, L. M. SPECIES DELIMITATION AND GLOBAL BIOSECURITYPlenary 11-30 11:2011-30 11:30
Groenewald, J. Z. IDENTIFYING QUARANTINE ORGANISMS WITH DNA BARCODES – QBOL AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO Q-BANKPlenary 11-30 11:1011-30 11:20
Little, D. P. COMMERCIAL TEAS HIGHLIGHT PLANT DNA BARCODE IDENTIFICATION SUCCESSES AND OBSTACLESPlenary 11-30 11:3011-30 11:40
Hubert, N. CRYPTIC DIVERSITY IN INDO-PACIFIC CORAL REEF FISHES REVEALED BY DNA-BARCODING PROVIDES NEW SUPPORT TO THE CENTRE-OF-OVERLAP HYPOTHESISPlenary 11-30 11:5011-30 12:10
Wilkinson, M. THINKING BEYOND THE BARCODE: HOW BEST TO EXPLOIT THE EMERGING BARCODE RESOURCES?Plenary 11-30 10:0011-30 10:30
IMONDI, R. BARCODING THE KELP FORESTS OF CALIFORNIA’S CHANNEL ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK: SERVING THE COMPOUND INTERESTS OF MARINE RESEARCH, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, AND RESEARCH-BASED SCIENCE EDUCATIONPlenary 11-30 17:0011-30 17:20
PUILLANDRE, N. LARGE SCALE SPECIES DELIMITATION METHOD FOR HYPERDIVERSE GROUPPlenary 11-30 16:0011-30 16:20
La Salle, J. THE "BARCODE BLITZ": ACCELERATING THE TARGETED CAPTURE OF BARCODE DATAPlenary 11-30 16:4011-30 17:00
MIZRACHI, I. BARCODE SEQUENCE DATAFLOW INTO GENBANKPlenary 11-30 16:2011-30 16:40
Stoeckle, M. Y. ALL BIRDS BARCODING INITIATIVE (ABBI): BUILDING AN ATLAS OF AVIAN MITOCHONDRIAL DNA DIVERSITYPlenary 12-3 15:4012-3 15:50
Taberlet, P. THE DNA METABARCODING APPROACH FOR ANALYZING ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES: HIGH THROUGHPUT PLANT AND ANIMAL IDENTIFICATIONPlenary 12-3 14:0012-3 14:15
Zhou, X. TAXON DIVERSITY ANALYSIS FOR BULK INSECT SAMPLES USING ILLUMINA HI-SEQ PLATFORMPlenary 12-3 14:1512-3 14:30
HOLLINGSWORTH, P. M. DNA BARCODING OF LAND PLANTSPlenary 12-3 15:2012-3 15:30
Hanner, R. H. FISH-BOL 1.0Plenary 12-3 15:3012-3 15:40
Schoch, C. L. AN OFFICIAL BARCODE FOR FUNGIPlenary 12-3 14:3012-3 14:50
Hebert, P. BARCODES, ORGANELLES, GENOMES, ORGANISMSPlenary 12-3 15:0012-3 15:20
Ausubel, J. IBOL'S PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES FOR THE BARCODING ENTERPRISEPlenary 12-3 15:5012-3 16:00
Guzik, M. T. GENETIC DIVERGENCES AND SPECIES BOUNDARIES IN SUBTERRANEAN INVERTEBRATES ‘DOWN UNDER’Inverts Plenary 12-1 12:0012-1 12:20
DAMM, S. CHARACTER-BASED DNA BARCODING ALLOWS FOR INTEGRATION OF GEOGRAPHY, ECOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY: THE DISCOVERY OF A CRYPTIC SPECIES COMPLEX IN DRAGONFLIES USING CAOSInverts Plenary 12-1 9:4012-1 10:00
Bertrand, C. DECIPHERING BARCODE SPLITS IN MORPHOLOGICALLY CRYPTIC SPECIES OF TROPICAL LEPIDOPTERA THROUGH ALTERNATIVE LOCI AND NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING APPROACHESInverts Plenary 12-1 9:2012-1 9:40
Pinzon-Navarro, S. BARCODES UNRAVEL EVOLUTIONARY AND ECOLOGICAL PATTERNS OF SEED-FEEDING INSECTSInverts Plenary 12-1 11:0012-1 11:20
Hausmann, A. HOW TO ASSESS THE ‘MEGABIODIVERSITY’ OF INVERTEBRATES: 55% OF THE WORLD’S GEOMETRID MOTH SPECIES ARE DNA BARCODEDInverts Plenary 12-1 9:0012-1 9:20
Raupach, M. J. BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT OF THE NORTH SEA FAUNA USING DNA BARCODES AND OTHER MOLECULAR METHODSInverts Plenary 12-1 11:2012-1 11:40
Ivanenko, V. N. ON THE DIVERSITY AND HOST SPECIFICITY OF CRUSTACEAN COPEPODS ASSOCIATED WITH STONY CORALS (CNIDARIA: ANTHOZOA: SCLERACTINIA) OF THE INDO-PACIFIC CORAL REEFSInverts Plenary 12-1 11:4012-1 12:00
Adamowicz, S. J. DNA BARCODES REVEAL INCREDIBLE DIPTERAN DIVERSITY AT A SITE IN CANADA’S ARCTICInverts Plenary 12-1 10:0012-1 10:20
Saunders, G. ALGA - IBOL'S ALGAL LIFE GLOBAL AUDIT: MUDDLED MORPHOLOGIES & MOLECULAR MAYHEM IN THE TOPSY-TURVY WORLD OF ALGAL FLORISTICSMicrobes Plenary 12-1 9:0012-1 9:20
VANORMELINGEN, P. (PSEUDO)CRYPTIC DIVERSITY AND BARCODING IN DIATOMSMicrobes Plenary 12-1 9:2012-1 9:40
Meyer, W. UPDATE ON DNA BARCODING OF HUMAN PATHOGENIC FUNGIMicrobes Plenary 12-1 11:2012-1 11:40
Franc, A. R-SYST FUNGI: A FRENCH CONSORTIUM FOR FUNGAL BARCODING AND TAXONOMIC IDENTIFICATIONMicrobes Plenary 12-1 11:0012-1 11:20
Gryzenhout, M. BARCODING CAN PROMOTE MYCOLOGY IN AFRICAMicrobes Plenary 12-1 10:2012-1 10:30
SEIFERT, K. A. IM-BOL: THE INDOOR MYCOTA BARCODE OF LIFEMicrobes Plenary 12-1 11:4012-1 12:00
Cross, H. TALES FROM THE CRYPTOGAMS: FUNGAL DNA FROM MUSEUM COLLECTIONSMicrobes Plenary 12-1 9:4012-1 10:00
Osmundson, T. W. APPLICATIONS OF INTENSIVE DNA BARCODING PROJECTS FOR ADDRESSING GAPS IN FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY KNOWLEDGEMicrobes Plenary 12-1 10:0012-1 10:20
Li, D.-Z DNA BARCODING OF 6,000 SPECIES OF PLANTS IN CHINAPlants Plenary 12-1 9:3012-1 10:00
Lowe, A. THE APPLICATION OF DNA BARCODING AND INTRA-SPECIFIC GENETIC VARIATION TO TIMBER SOURCE VERIFICATION AND TRACKINGPlants Plenary 12-1 9:0012-1 9:30
McPherson, H. DO NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING APPROACHES PROVIDE THE ANSWER FOR DNA BARCODING OF PLANTS?Plants Plenary 12-1 10:0012-1 10:30
VAROTTO, C. TOWARDS THE BARCODING OF THE WHOLE VASCULAR FLORA OF TRENTINO (ITALY)Plants Plenary 12-1 11:3012-1 12:00
De Vere, N. BARCODE WALES / CODBAR CYMRU: A COMPLETE DNA BARCODE DATASET OF A NATION'S NATIVE FLOWERING PLANTS: CREATION, APPLICATIONS AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENTPlants Plenary 12-1 12:0012-1 12:30
Hollingsworth, P. DEVELOPING STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE THE AMPLIFICATION AND SEQUENCING OF THE MATK GENE REGION FOR LAND PLANT BARCODINGPlants Plenary 12-1 11:0012-1 11:30
STEINKE, D. MARINE FISH EGGS AND LARVAE FROM THE EAST COAST OF SOUTH AFRICAVerts Plenary 12-1 10:0012-1 10:20
Valdez Moreno, M. LARVAE, EGGS AND GUT CONTENTS IDENTIFICATION... THREE STUDIES OF THE BARCODE APPLICATIONS ON MEXICAN FISHVerts Plenary 12-1 11:0012-1 11:20
Swartz, E. R. THE UTILITY OF BARCODING IN DOCUMENTING FISH DIVERSITY IN A POORLY EXPLORED AFRICAN RIVER SYSTEMVerts Plenary 12-1 9:4012-1 10:00
Kadarusman, A. EXTENSIVE CRYPTIC DIVERSITY IN INDO-AUSTRALIAN RAINBOWFISHES REVEALED BY DNA BARCODINGVerts Plenary 12-1 9:2012-1 9:40
Velasco C., A. MEIOFAUNA DIVERSITY FROM EASTERN ANTARCTICAPolar 12-3 9:1512-3 9:30
Jones, T. C. IDENTIFYING ALGAL SYMBIONTS FROM THREE LICHEN SPECIES IN THE ROSS DEPENDENCY, ANTARCTICA USING ITS SEQUENCESPolar 12-3 10:0012-3 10:15
EKREM, T. DNA BARCODING OF POLAR LIFEPolar 12-3 9:0012-3 9:15
Stevens, M. I. GENETIC VARIATION OF TARDIGRADES FROM DRONNING MAUD LAND INDICATES LONG TERM SURVIVAL OVER GLACIALLY DOMINATED PERIODS IN ANTARCTICAPolar 12-3 11:1012-3 11:15C03
Hebert, P. D. N. A 'MITEY' DIVERSE TAXON REVEALED THROUGH DNA BARCODINGPolar 12-3 11:0012-3 11:05C02
Vargas, S. BARCODING THE ROSS SEA CONTINENTAL SHELF SPONGE ASSEMBLAGESPolar 12-3 11:0512-3 11:10C04
STUR, E. DNA BARCODES DEMONSTRATE NEW TAXONOMIC RELATIONS IN ARCTIC CHIRONOMIDAE (DIPTERA)Polar 12-3 9:3012-3 9:45
Adamowicz, S. J. UTILIZING DNA BARCODING TO UNDERSTAND PHYLOGENETIC COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF SUB-ARCTIC FRESHWATER INVERTEBRATES OF CHURCHILL, MBPolar 12-3 9:4512-3 10:00
Darienko, T. M. HIDDEN DIVERSITY OF TERRESTRIAL ULVOPHYTES (CHLOROPHYTA) DISCOVERED BY ITS-2 DNA BARCODEProtists 12-2 9:3012-2 9:45A14
Chauka, L. J. GENETIC DIVERSITY OF SYMBIOTIC DINOFLAGELLATES THAT ASSOCIATE WITH REEF BUILDING CORALS FROM TANZANIAProtists 12-2 10:1512-2 10:30A13
Jameson, I. D. MITOCHONDRIAL COI AND INTERNAL TRANSCRIBED SPACER (ITS) BARCODING OF MARINE DINOFLAGELLATES (MICROALGAE) FROM GLOBAL CULTURE COLLECTIONS AND DIVERSE MARINE ENVIRONMENTSProtists 12-2 9:4512-2 10:15
Proeschold, T. ITS-2 AS UNIVERSAL DNA BARCODE MARKER FOR PROTISTSProtists 12-2 9:0012-2 9:30
Bouchez, A. EFFICIENCY OF 3 GENETIC MARKERS TO DETERMINE THE COMPOSITION OF A DIATOM ASSEMBLAGE USING NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCINGProtists 12-2 11:3012-2 12:00
LEJZEROWICZ, F. MICROBARCODES ULTRA-DEEP SEQUENCING BRING TO LIGHT THE DEEP-SEA FORAMINIFERAL RICHNESSProtists 12-2 12:0012-2 12:30
Kudryavtsev, A. CYTOCHROME OXIDASE SUBUNIT 1 (COI) AS POTENTIAL DNA BARCODE FOR LOBOSE AMOEBAE: APPLICATION IN THE STUDY OF BIOGEOGRAPHY AND GENETIC STRUCTURE OF AMOEBAE MORPHOSPECIESProtists 12-2 11:0012-2 11:30
Blacket, M. BARCODING AUSTRALIAN FRUIT FLIES FOR BIOSECURITYQuarantine D14
DEWAARD, J. R. THE DETECTION OF 30 NEW NEARCTIC MOTHS PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR THE INCORPORATION OF DNA BARCODING INTO THE SURVEILLANCE AND MONITORING OF NON-INDIGENOUS SPECIESQuarantine 12-3 11:1512-3 11:30
DEWAARD, J. R. BARCODE-FACILITATED INVENTORIES ELUCIDATE THE INFLUENCE OF A NATIVE PEST OUTBREAK ON THE MOTH DIVERSITY OF A PONDEROSA PINE FOREST SYSTEMQuarantine D15
Liu, C. AUTHENTICATION OF INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES THROUGH DNA BARCODESQuarantine D17
Groenewald, J .Z. Q-BANK – AN ONLINE DNA BARCODE DATABASE FOR IDENTIFICATION OF QUARANTINE ORGANISMSQuarantine 12-3 9:4512-3 10:00D16
Ho, W. DNA BARCODIING OF THE FUNGAL GENUS PHOMA FROM NEW ZEALANDQuarantine 12-3 9:3012-3 9:45
GUNAWARDANA, D. DNA BARCODING: A TOOL TO IDENTIFY EXOTIC WOOD-BORING BEETLE LARVAE OF THE FAMILY BOSTRICHIDAEQuarantine 12-3 11:4512-3 12:00
Lopez-Vaamonde, C. TRACKING ORIGINS OF INVASIVE LEAF-MINING MOTHS USING HERBARIA AND MINIBARCODESQuarantine 12-3 11:3012-3 11:45
Mitchell, A. TOOLS TO HELP SECURE 70% OF THE WORLD’S FOOD SUPPLY: DNA BARCODING THE PEST FAUNA OF GRAMINACEOUS CROPSQuarantine 12-3 9:0012-3 9:15
Rodoni, B. GENOMICS AND A MULTI-LOCI APPROACH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS TO DETECT PHYTOPATHOGENIC BACTERIAQuarantine 12-3 11:0012-3 11:15
Tran-Nguyen, L. T. T. USING DNA BARCODING TO IDENTIFY INVERTEBRATES EXOTIC TO THE NORTHERN TERRITORYQuarantine 12-3 12:0012-3 12:15D18
Virgilio, M. TURNING DNA BARCODING INTO A PRACTICAL TOOL FOR INSECT IDENTIFICATION: AFRICAN FRUGIVOROUS FRUIT FLIES (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) AS A MODELQuarantine 12-3 9:1512-3 9:30
MORAN, J. BARCODING, MULTILATERAL INITIATIVES FOR BIOSECURITY OUTCOMESQuarantine 12-3 10:0012-3 10:15
Bubela, T. ACCESS TO GENETIC RESOURCES AND BENEFIT SHARING: IMPLICATIONS FOR IBOLSocial 12-3 9:0012-3 9:30
CASTLE, D. BARCODING AND TAXONOMIC PRACTICESocial 12-3 9:3012-3 10:00
Vogel, J. H. HOW THE MUSEUM OF BIOPROSPECTING, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, AND THE PUBLIC DOMAIN FINANCIALLY BENEFITS IBOL, TREMENDOUSLY SOSocial 12-3 11:0012-3 11:30
Hanner, R. BARCODING REGIONAL SHARK FISHERIES FOR CONSERVATION, LOCAL PROFIT MAXIMIZATION, AND THE INTEGRATION OF SCIENTIFIC AND TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE Social 12-3 10:0012-3 10:30
Kim, K.-J. THE DNA BARCODING STUDY FOR THE KOREAN WOODY FLORATrees 12-2 16:0012-2 16:20
Roy, S. TESTING STANDARD BARCODE LOCI FOR SPECIES IDENTIFICATION IN TREES Trees 12-2 16:2012-2 16:40
Ge, X. IDENTIFICATION AND PHYLOGENY OF A WOODY COMMUNITY WITH DNA BARCODES IN A LARGE-SCALE SUBTROPICAL FOREST DYNAMICS PLOTTrees 12-2 16:4012-2 17:00
Maurin, O. TREE-BOL AFRICA: SOUTHERN AFRICA AS A MODELTrees 12-2 17:0012-2 17:20
OGUNDIPE, O. T. DNA BARCODING OF AFRICAN SAPINDACEAETrees B07
AMEKA, G. K. DNA BARCODING USEFUL TREES FROM BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS OF GHANATrees B05
Hernandez-Esquivel, K. B. DNA BARCODE OF THE TREE FLORA OF THE TROPICAL RAINFOREST OF THE LOS TUXTLAS BIOSPHERE RESERVE, VERACRUZ, MEXICOTrees B06
Setsuko, S. DNA BARCODING OF WOODY PLANTS IN JAPAN - FOCUS ON SOME TAXONOMIC GROUPSTrees B08
Rodriguez-Castro, K. G. DNA BARCODE: A USEFUL TOOL FOR ROAD ECOLOGY SPECIES IDENTIFICATION Vertebrates B59
Alvarez, S. T. ANALYSIS OF GENETIC DISTANCE PERCENTAGE IN 19 MAMMAL FAMILIESVertebrates 12-2 11:3012-2 11:45
Crawford, A. DNA BARCODING AMPHIBIANS OF PANAMAVertebrates 12-2 9:0012-2 9:15
Ghosh, S. K. DNA BARCODING OF ENDANGERED SOFTSHELL TURTLES (TESTUDINES: TRIONYCHIDAE) AND THEIR CONFLICT POSITION IN CLASSICAL TAXONOMY (CYCLANORBINAE AND TRIONYCHINAE) FROM MEGA BIODIVERSITY HOT SPOTS OF NORTH EASTERN INDIAVertebrates 12-2 11:0012-2 11:15
Kwak, M. A STUDY OF KOREAN AMPHIBIAN USING DNA BARCODINGVertebrates B57
LAREDO, C. ASSESSMENT OF THREE MITOCHONDRIAL GENES (16S, CYTB, CO1) FOR BARCODING THE PRAOMYINI TRIBEVertebrates B58
LYRA, M. L. TAKING THE CHALLENGE OF DNA BARCODING AMPHIBIANS FROM BRAZILVertebrates 12-2 9:1512-2 9:30
MacDonald, A. J. DETECTION AND MONITORING OF AN INTRODUCED PREDATOR AND ITS IMPACTS ON NATIVE WILDLIFE USING DNA SPECIES IDENTIFICATION: THE CASE OF THE FOX IN TASMANIAVertebrates 12-2 11:1512-2 11:30
RIOS, E. DNA BARCODING AND PHYLOGEOGRAPHY FOR MEXICAN GEOMYIDS (MAMMALIA: RODENTIA)Vertebrates 12-2 11:4512-2 12:00
Sonet, G. DNA BARCODING OF REPTILES: PRACTICAL ASPECTSVertebrates B60
Adamowicz, S. J. CHARACTERIZING MOLECULAR EVOLUTION ASSOCIATED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES: A CASE STUDY OF COI IN MAMMALIA ACROSS VARYING ALTITUDESVertebrates B56
Murphy, R. W. COLD CODE: THE NEW GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO BARCODE AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILESVertebrates 12-2 9:3012-2 9:45
Zhou, W. DNA BARCODING OF AMPHIBIANS: TEST OF A UNIVERSAL PRIMER-SOUP FOR SEQUENCING COIVertebrates 12-2 9:4512-2 10:00



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Protists Algae Fungi Plants
Grasses Trees Insects Pollinators
Invertebrates- Marine Invertebrates- Terrestrial Invertebrates- Freshwater Invertebrates- Estuarine
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Barcoding Biotas Marine Barcoding Polar Barcoding Quarantine/Plant Protection
Disease Vectors / Pathogens / Parasites Environmental Quality Assessment Endangered Species Environmental Barcoding
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Next-gen sequencing Data Analysis BARCODE Data Standard Informatics
Laboratory Protocols
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