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  • Slide 1
    Life A rapid cost effective system for species identification David E Schindel Executive Secretary National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution SchindelD si edu http www barcoding si edu 202

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  • stages genders Differentiating cryptic species Sympatric larvae of Astraptes fulgerator Strengths Weaknesses Slide 12 COI sequence divergence among North American birds Barcoding must adhere to standards for specimen and data management Pilot projects Role of museums and impact DNA barcoding

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  • PowerPoint Presentation
    DNA barcoding a new diagnostic tool for rapid species recognition identification and discovery James Hanken Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University USA

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  • history stages genders Differentiating cryptic species Sympatric larvae of Astraptes fulgerator Strengths Weaknesses Slide 13 COI sequence divergence among North American birds Barcoding must adhere to standards for specimen and data management Pilot projects Role of museums and impact DNA

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  • Third Regional Meeting
    discuss the potential uses of DNA barcoding in the several areas related to Biodiversity in the Neo tropical region The meeting was co sponsored by BioNET INTERNATIONAL the Brazilian Ministry for Science and Technology MCT PPBio the Brazilian Society for Progress of Science SBPC and the Inter American Biodiversity Information Network IABIN This meeting provided a unique opportunity to survey the DNA technology capacities of South American countries and helped

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  • Appendix II: Meeting Agenda
    Discussion 1 00 2 00 pm Lunch Session II Application of DNA Barcoding Eastern Africa experience Chair Herbert Talwana Rapporteur Charles Warui 2 00 p m DNA barcoding parasites and vectors Dan Masiga ICIPE 2 15 p m Forensic science in illegal trade on wildlife and other products Richard Bagine Kenya Wildlife Services 2 30 p m Application of DNA barcoding in plant taxonomy Muthama Muasya University of Cape Town 2 45 p m BioNET EAFRINET Overview Richard Smith BioNET INTERNATIONAL and Wanja Kinuthia NMK EAFRINET 3 00 p m Discussions 3 30 p m Tea Break 3 50 p m Potential role of BecA and ILRI in DNA barcoding in Eastern Africa Bruno Kubata ILRI 4 05 p m Potential for DNA barcoding in BOZONET Mathias Behangana ICIPE 4 20 p m Discussions 4 40 p m Current barcoding initiatives David Schindel CBOL Executive Secretary 6 00 p m Departure from Panafric 18 30 p m Dinner Thursday 19 th October 2006 Day II Session III Group Break out Chair Wanja Kinuthia National Museums of Kenya EAFRINET 8 45 a m Overview of day one and break up group topics Dan Masiga ICIPE 9 00 a m DNA barcoding Southern Africa experience since April regional meeting Michelle Van de Bank Johannesburg University 9 20 a m 10 30 p m Breakout sessions organized according to topics Group 1 General Taxonomic Issues in the Region Moderator Yvonne Marie Linton Natural History Museums London Rapporteur Muchai Muchane National Museums of Kenya Group 2 Capacity in Molecular Techniques Issues in the Region Moderator Jose Alves Gomes INPA Rapporteur Hamadi Boga JKUAT Group 3 Information Access Issues in the Region Moderator Simone Tillier National Museum of Paris Rapporteur Herbert Tawalna Makerere University Topics for discussion in breakout groups Each group will address issues

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    University National Herbarium Nederland Project Leader Molecular Diagnostics Wageningen University National Centre for Advanced Bio Protection Technologies Biosystematics Group room 2002 Gen Foulkesweg 37 6703BL PO Box 84 Wageningen the Netherlands Canterbury New Zealand Plants Molecular techniques Invasive species Molecular markers Sandro Luis Bonatto Robyn Cowan Pontificia Univ Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Faculdade de Biociências Conservation Genetics Scientist Centro de Biologia Genômica e Molecular Jodrell Laboratory RBG Kew Av Ipiranga 6681 Partenon 90619900 Richmond Surrey TW9 3AB Porto Alegre RS Brasil United Kingdom Molecular evolution Chair Plant Working Group Paul de Barro Paul Hebert CSIRO Entomology University of Guelph Officer in Charge Canada Research Chair Long Pocket Laboratories Molecular Biodiversity Department of Integrative Biology 120 Meiers Rd Guelph ON N1G 2W1 Canada Indooroopilly Australia Chair DNA Working Group Agricultural insects invasives Robert Hanner Daniel Masiga University of Guelph Kenyatta University Associate Director Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology Canadian Barcode of Life Network Biodiversity Institute of Ontario P O Box 43844 Department of Integrative Biology 00100 Nairobi Kenya Guelph N1G 2W1 Canada Bioinformatics Insects Chair Database Working Group Athula L T Perera Cecilia Saccone University of Peradeniya Istituto di Tecnologie Biomediche Sezione di Bari CNR

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  • cost effectiveness Minimalism scientific short sequence Global participation Tangible realistic goals near term results Respond to applied user communities Minimalisim organizational Coordination Facilitation of Bottom Up activities build on existing activities avoid new ones 12 13 CBOL Structure 14 CBOL Member Organizations 2008 Engaging collections researchers and users Expand membership to 200 organizations Double participation in developing countries Four regional meetings in 2006 to expand awareness assess needs start networks in South America Southern and eastern Africa Southern Asia Second International Barcode Conference Southeast Asia February 2007 15 Current and Planned Projects Four Working Groups FishBOL and All Birds Initiatives International Network for Barcoding Invasive and Pest Species INBIPS Possible campaigns for Tephritid fruit flies agricultural pests Mosquitoes disease vectors African bushmeat endangered vertebrates 16 ABBI and FISH BOL Global initiatives to upgrade the taxonomic research infrastructure Goal of all species database for COI Strengthen specimen species data Improve collections tissue DNA resources Driven by taxonomists and other user communities Regional Working Groups Small Steering Committee and CBOL 17 The Barcode Community 2006 Leading barcoding labs at Guelph Smithsonian Several national barcoding networks 220 participants in London conference 2 global CBOL campaigns 20 regional teams CBOL international network on invasives pests 4 CBOL Working Groups 100 participants CBOL Scientific Advisory Board 15 members CBOL Executive Committee 7 members CBOL Secretariat 2 employees 2 interns 18 The Barcode Community 2008 Expanding the human and physical infrastructure Barcoding centers regional and national barcoding networks on every continent International barcoding projects on Several invasive and pest groups Conservation of endangered species Food and health related projects mosquitoes Plants other major groups 500 participants at the 2007 conference 19 20 21 Producing Barcode Data 2008 Faster more portable Hundreds of samples per hour 22 Producing Barcode Data 2010 Barcode data anywhere instantly Data in seconds to minutes Pennies per sample Link to reference database A taxonomic GPS Usable by non specialists 23 CBOL s Working Groups Database Designing constructing the Barcode Section of GenBank DNA Protocols for formalin fixed and old museum specimens Producing LIMS for dissemination Data Analysis Beyond phenetic methods population genetics perspective Plants Identify gene region s for barcoding 24 Infrastructure of Taxonomy Fragmented Disconnected Collections and databases of specimens Compilations of taxonomic names Data repositories characters gene sequences images trees Monographs Floristic and faunistic surveys inventories Revisions The undigitized Taxonomic Literature 25 Barcode Records in INSDC Consensus results of Front Royal meeting GBIF ITIS GRIN NBII Species2000 IPNI ICZN ZooRecord OBIS Structured link to voucher specimen Species name selected from authority Online access to metadata Trace files and quality scores Minimum sequence length 26 27 Digitizing Taxonomic Literature CBOL s catalytic efforts Library Laboratory meeting in London on electronic access to taxonomic literature Led to formation of Biodiversity Heritage Library initiative Proactive steps with PubMed to add taxonomic journals to online abstracts Aggressive negotiation with publishers of barcoding papers 28 CBOL s Working Groups Database Designing constructing the Barcode Section of GenBank DNA Protocols for formalin fixed and old museum

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