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  • Ironside, Joseph Edward (2013-02-06)
    Microsporidian strains are usually classified on the basis of their ribosomal DNA (rDNA) sequences. Although rDNA occurs as multiple copies, in most non-microsporidian species copies within a genome occur as tandem arrays ...
  • Raina, S. N.; Jain, S.; Sehgal, D.; Kumar, A.; Dar, T. H.; Bhat, V.; Pandey, V.; Vaishnavi, S.; Bhargav, A.; Singh, V.; Rani, V.; Tandon, R.; Tewari, M.; Mahmoudi, A. (2011-08-27)
    Seabuckthorn, a non-leguminous nodule bearing dioecious shrub, is a storehouse of neutraceutical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic usage. The 348 genotypes of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp. turkestanica, H. salicifolia and H. tibetana ...
  • Raina, S. N.; Jain, S.; Sehgal, D.; Kumar, A.; Dar, T. H.; Bhat, V.; Pandey, V.; Vaishnavi, S.; Bhargav, A.; Singh, V.; Rani, V.; Tandon, R.; Tewari, M.; Mahmoudi, A. (2011-08-27)
    Seabuckthorn, a non-leguminous nodule bearing dioecious shrub, is a storehouse of neutraceutical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic usage. The 348 genotypes of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp. turkestanica, H. salicifolia and H. tibetana ...
  • Griffith, Gareth Wyn; Ozkose, Emin; Theodorou, Michael Kyriacos; Davies, David R. (2009-05-01)
    We employed most probable numbers (MPNs) enumeration of enrichment cultures, combined with the use of a range of carbon sources (glucose, cellobiose, cellulose, xylan and wheat straw), to recover and identify morphologically ...
  • Griffith, Gareth Wyn; Ozkose, Emin; Theodorou, Michael Kyriacos; Davies, David R. (2009-05-01)
    We employed most probable numbers (MPNs) enumeration of enrichment cultures, combined with the use of a range of carbon sources (glucose, cellobiose, cellulose, xylan and wheat straw), to recover and identify morphologically ...
  • Szabo, Z.; Gyulai, F.; Bittsanszky, A.; Lagler, R.; Humphreys, Mervyn O.; Gyulai, G.; Kiss, J.; Heszky, L. E.; Horvath, L. (2004)
  • Szabo, Z.; Gyulai, F.; Bittsanszky, A.; Lagler, R.; Humphreys, Mervyn O.; Gyulai, G.; Kiss, J.; Heszky, L. E.; Horvath, L. (2004)
  • Hollingsworth, Peter M; Forrest, Laura L.; Spouge, John L.; Hajibabaei, Mehrdad; Ratnasingham, Sujeevan; van der Bank, Michelle; Chase, Mark W.; Cowan, Robyn S.; Erickson, David L.; Fazekas, Aron J.; Graham, Sean W.; James, Karen E.; Kim, Ki-Joong; Kress, W. John; Schneider, Harald; van AlphenStahl, Jonathan; Barrett, Spencer C. H.; van den Berg, Cassio; Bogarin, Diego; Burgess, Kevin S.; Cameron, Kenneth M.; Carine, Mark; Chacon, Juliana; Clark, Alexandra; Clarkson, James J.; Conrad, Ferozah; Devey, Dion S.; Hedderson, Terry A. J.; Ford, C. S.; Hollingsworth, Michelle L.; Husband, Brian C.; Kelly, Laura J.; Kesanakurti, Prasad R.; Kim, Jung Sung; Kim, Young-Dong; Lahaye, Renaud; Lee, Hae-Lim; Long, David G.; Madriñán, Santiago; Maurin, Olivier; Meusnier, Isabelle; Newmaster, Steven G.; Park, Chong-Wook; Percy, Diana M.; Petersen, Gitte; Richardson, J. E.; Salazar, Gerardo A.; Savolainen, Vincent; Seberg, Ole; Wilkinson, M. J.; Yi, Dong-Keun; Little, Damon P. (2009)
    DNA barcoding involves sequencing a standard region of DNA as a tool for species identification. However, there has been no agreement on which region(s) should be used for barcoding land plants. To provide a community ...
  • Hollingsworth, Peter M; Forrest, Laura L.; Spouge, John L.; Hajibabaei, Mehrdad; Ratnasingham, Sujeevan; van der Bank, Michelle; Chase, Mark W.; Cowan, Robyn S.; Erickson, David L.; Fazekas, Aron J.; Graham, Sean W.; James, Karen E.; Kim, Ki-Joong; Kress, W. John; Schneider, Harald; van AlphenStahl, Jonathan; Barrett, Spencer C. H.; van den Berg, Cassio; Bogarin, Diego; Burgess, Kevin S.; Cameron, Kenneth M.; Carine, Mark; Chacon, Juliana; Clark, Alexandra; Clarkson, James J.; Conrad, Ferozah; Devey, Dion S.; Hedderson, Terry A. J.; Ford, C. S.; Hollingsworth, Michelle L.; Husband, Brian C.; Kelly, Laura J.; Kesanakurti, Prasad R.; Kim, Jung Sung; Kim, Young-Dong; Lahaye, Renaud; Lee, Hae-Lim; Long, David G.; Madriñán, Santiago; Maurin, Olivier; Meusnier, Isabelle; Newmaster, Steven G.; Park, Chong-Wook; Percy, Diana M.; Petersen, Gitte; Richardson, J. E.; Salazar, Gerardo A.; Savolainen, Vincent; Seberg, Ole; Wilkinson, M. J.; Yi, Dong-Keun; Little, Damon P. (2009)
    DNA barcoding involves sequencing a standard region of DNA as a tool for species identification. However, there has been no agreement on which region(s) should be used for barcoding land plants. To provide a community ...
  • Vanhaecke, Delphine; Leaniz, Carlos Garcia De; Gajardo, Gonzalo; Young, Kyle; Sanzana, Jose; Orellana, Gabriel; Fowler, Daniel; Howes, Paul; Monzon-Arguello, Catalina; Olmo, Sofia Consuegra Del (2012-03-06)
    The conservation of data deficient species is often hampered by inaccurate species delimitation. The galaxiid fishes Aplochiton zebra and Aplochiton taeniatus are endemic to Patagonia (and for A. zebra, the Falkland Islands), ...
  • de Vere, Natasha; Rich, Tim C. G.; Trinder, Sarah A.; Long, Charlotte (2015)
    DNA barcoding uses specific regions of DNA in order to identify species. Initiatives are taking place around the world to generate DNA barcodes for all groups of living organisms and to make these data publically available ...
  • Nzeduru, Chinyere V.; Ronca, Sandra; Wilkinson, Mike J. (2012-05-02)
    Transgenes encoding for insecticidal crystal (Cry) proteins from the soil-dwelling bacterium Bacillus Thuringiensis have been widely introduced into Genetically Modified (GM) crops to confer protection against insect pests. ...
  • de Vere, Natasha; Rich, Tim C G; Ford, Col R; Trinder, Sarah A; Long, Charlotte; Moore, Chris W; Satterthwaite, Danielle; Davies, Helena; Allainguillaume, Joel; Ronca, Sandra; Tatarinova, Tatiana; Garbett, Hannah; Walker, Kevin; Wilkinson, Mike J (2012)
    We present the first national DNA barcode resource that covers the native flowering plants and conifers for the nation of Wales (1143 species). Using the plant DNA barcode markers rbcL and matK, we have assembled 97.7% ...
  • Blake, Max; McKeown, Niall; Bushell, Mark; Shaw, Paul (2016-04-26)
    Many spider species produce webs that represent a potential non-invasive source of DNA for conservation genetic analysis. Reported here is the successful isolation of target DNA from members of two families (Theraphosidae ...
  • Provan, J.; Corbett, G.; Waugh, R.; McNicol, J. W.; Morgante, M.; Powell, W. (1996-10-22)
    The aim of this research was to develop a convenient polymerase chain reaction-based assay that would allow intraspecific chloroplast variability to be detected. Our approach is based on the detection of length polymorphism ...
  • Sehgal, Deepmala; Raina, Soom Nath (Rastogi Press, Meerut, India, 2008)
  • Hinchliffe, J. Richard; Lingham-Soliar, T.; Feduccia, A. (2005-10-10)
    The origin of birds and avian flight from within the archosaurian radiation has been among the most contentious issues in paleobiology. Although there is general agreement that birds are related to theropod dinosaurs at ...
  • Hinchliffe, J. Richard; Lingham-Soliar, T.; Feduccia, A. (2005-10-10)
    The origin of birds and avian flight from within the archosaurian radiation has been among the most contentious issues in paleobiology. Although there is general agreement that birds are related to theropod dinosaurs at ...

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