Research output

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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

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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.

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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. 

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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

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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