Marcel Polling, Melati Sin, Letty A. de Weger, Arjen G.C.L. Speksnijder, Mieke J.F. Koenders, Hugo de Boer, Barbara Gravendeel, 2022. DNA metabarcoding using nrITS2 provides highly qualitative and quantitative results for airborne pollen monitoring. Science of The Total Environment 801(1): 150468. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.150468
Chua, Physilia . Metabarcoding for hope: A large-scale molecular dietary study of the western capercailles (Tetrao Urogallus). Given at the BRC16/19 SAMBA meet 2021 - Biodiversity monitoring and mapping (hosted by UFPA, Belem, Brazil). 10 September 2021.
Ariza, Maria. Calibrating soil eDNA vegetation assessments: a blast from the past Given at the BRC16/19 SAMBA meet 2021 - Biodiversity monitoring and mapping (hosted by UFPA, Belem, Brazil). 08 September 2021.
Physilia Y.S. Chua, Frederik Leerhøi, Emilia M.R. Langkjær, Ashot Margaryan, Christina L. Noer, Stine R. Richter, Marlene E. Restrup, Hans Henrik Bruun, Ida Hartvig, Eric Coissac, Sanne Boessenkool, Inger G. Alsos, Kristine Bohmann. Towards the extended barcode concept: generating DNA reference data through genome skimming of danish plants. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.08.11.456029
Marcel Polling, Anneke T.M. ter Schure, Bas van Geel, Tom van Bokhoven, Sanne Boessenkool, Glen MacKay, Bram W. Langeveld, María Ariza, Hans van der Plicht, Albert V. Protopopov, Alexei Tikhonov, Hugo de Boer, Barbara Gravendeel, 2021. Multiproxy analysis of permafrost preserved faeces provides an unprecedented insight into the diets and habitats of extinct and extant megafauna. Quaternary Science Reviews 267: 107084. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2021.107084.
Maurizio Mascarello, Mario Amalfi, Pieter Asselman, Erik Smets, Olivier J. Hardy, Hans Beeckman, Steven B. Janssens, 2021. Genome skimming reveals novel plastid markers for the molecular identification of illegally logged African timber species. PLoS ONE 16(6): e0251655. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0251655
Marcel Polling, Chen Li, Lu Cao, Fons Verbeek, Letty A. de Weger, Jordina Belmonte, Concepción De Linares, Joost Willemse, Hugo de Boer, Barbara Gravendeel, 2021. Neural networks for increased accuracy of allergenic pollen monitoring. Scientific Reports 11: 11357. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-90433-x
Kristine Bohmann, Physilia Chua, Luke E. Holman, Christina Lynggaard, 2021. DNAqua-Net conference unites participants from around the world with the quest to standardize and implement DNA-based aquatic biomonitoring. Environmental DNA 3(5): 884-888. https://doi.org/10.1002/edn3.207
Physilia Y.S. Chua, Alex Crampton‐Platt, Youri Lammers, Inger G. Alsos, Sanne Boessenkool, Kristine Bohmann. Metagenomics: a viable tool for reconstructing herbivore diet. Molecular Ecology Resources 21(7): 2249-2263. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13425
Moiloa, Ntwai. Species-tree diffusion models and their applications in campion (Silene) phylogeography. Given at the Plant ID Seminar Series Molecular identification of plants for science and society, Series 2: Modern tools and old methods: Descriptive taxonomy and phylogeny (hosted by NHM, UiO, Oslo, Norway). 25 March 2021.
Quatela, Anne-Sophie. Polyploid species, the Achilles’ heel of molecular taxonomy? A study case of (sub)arctic Silene sect. Physolychnis. Given at the Plant ID Seminar Series Molecular identification of plants for science and society, Series 2: Modern tools and old methods: Descriptive taxonomy and phylogeny (hosted by NHM, UiO, Oslo, Norway). 25 March 2021.
Michel, T. 2021. The Victorian parlour plant and the survival of the unfit. Given at the Plant ID Seminar Series Molecular identification of plants for science and society, Series 1: Biodiversity time travels: The use of historical plant genomes in biodiversity research (hosted by NHM, UiO, Oslo, Norway). 25 February 2021
Bastien Anthoons, Ioanna Karamichali, Audun Schrøder-Nielsen, Andreas D Drouzas, Hugo de Boer, Panagiotis Madesis, 2021. Metabarcoding reveals low fidelity and presence of toxic species in short chain-of-commercialization of herbal products. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 97: 103767. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfca.2020.103767
Woudstra, Y. 2020. Obtaining small loci from large genomes: Customised nuclear target enrichment for estimating phylogenetic relationships in Aloe (Asphodelaceae). Given at the ForBio Annual Conference. Digital Conference (hosted by NHM, UiO, Oslo, Norway). 04 December 2020
Polling M., 2020. Image Recognition for Improved Pollen Identifications. Virtual Presentation. Part of AI4BIO hosted at Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, The Netherlands. 02 November 2020.
Mehrdad Jahanbanifard, Vicky Beckers, Gerald Koch, Hans Beeckman, Barbara Gravendeel, Fons Verbeek, Pieter Baas, Carlijn Priester, and Frederic Lens, 2020. Description and evolution of wood anatomical characters in the ebony wood genus Diospyros and its close relatives (Ebenaceae): a first step towards combatting illegal logging. IAWA Journal 41(4): 1-43. https://doi.org/10.1163/22941932-bja10040
Frederic Lens, Chao Liang, Yuanhao Guo, Xiaoqin Tang, Mehrdad Jahanbanifard, Flavio Soares Correa da Silva, Gregorio Ceccantini, Fons J. Verbeek, 2020. Computer-assisted timber identification based on features extracted from microscopic wood sections. IAWA Journal 41(4): 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1163/22941932-bja10029
Woudstra Y, 2020. Molecular identification and phylogenomic resolution of Aloe vera and relatives using customised nuclear target enrichment. At: Botany 2020. Virtual. 27-31 July 2020.
Quatela A-S, 2020. Exploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolution. At: Botany 2020. Virtual. 27-31 July 2020.
Moiloa N, 2020. On the phylogenetic position and biogeographic origins of southern African Silene. At: University of Gothenburg. Gothenburg, Sweden. June 2020.
Michel T, 2020. Ancient DNA, mapDamage, and the Paleomix pipeline. At: Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Trondheim, Norway. May 2020.
Ariza M, 2020. Molecular plant identification for biodiversity assessment. At: CEES, University of Oslo. Oslo, Norway. 10 March 2020.
Woudstra Y, 2020. New DNA barcodes for Aloe derived from NGS data. At: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. London, UK. 3 February 2020.