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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    Posters partners Barcode of Life Data Systems BOLD Canadian Barcode of Life Network BOLNET Canadian Centre for DNA Barcoding Global Biodiversity Information Facility GBIF Catalogue of Life Search Sitemap text size Get Involved in CBOL Find out how you can get involved Learn about major CBOL projects and other barcode initiatives Browse Case Studies of barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit barcode

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/meetings.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    Posters partners Barcode of Life Data Systems BOLD Canadian Barcode of Life Network BOLNET Canadian Centre for DNA Barcoding Global Biodiversity Information Facility GBIF Catalogue of Life Search Sitemap text size Get Involved in CBOL Find out how you can get involved Learn about major CBOL projects and other barcode initiatives Browse Case Studies of barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit barcode

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/pastmeetings.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    2008 239Kb San Diego Meeting Report June 2008 153Kb North and Central American Linkages for the DNA Barcoding of Fish June 2008 378kb Taxonomy and Benefit Sharing February 2008 154Kb Scientific Report DNA Barcoding in Europe Meeting October 2007 410Kb Regional Meeting Report for South East and Southeast Asia September 2007 214Kb Regional Meeting in Brazil Campinas Meeting Report March 2007 307Kb Protistan Barcoding Reference Material and Cultures November 2006 112Kb The eastern Africa DNA barcode meeting October 2006 396Kb Data Analysis Working Group workshop in Paris July 2006 484Kb Final Formalin Report May 2006 743Kb Pre publication report of a Workshop on DNA Recovery from Formalin fixed Specimens Washington May 2006 Barcoding Marine Life Amsterdam May 2006 194Kb Regional Barcode meeting in southern Africa April 2006 377Kb Tephritid Barcoding Initiative Steering Committee Meeting April 2006 194Kb San Diego Zoo Meeting on barcoding and conservation January 2006 103Kb Front Royal DBWG Meeting April 2005 122Kb Inaugural Meeting Report May 2004 1 14Mb Banbury Meeting Report Article September 2003 Proceedings Volume of the London Barcode Conference Now Available Without Charge Proceedings of the First International Barcode Conference London February 2005 On October 29 2005 the Royal Society published a themed issue of Philosophical Transactions Biological Sciences Volume 360 Number 1462 devoted to papers presented at the First International Barcode Conference held at The Natural History London on 7 9 February 2005 By special arrangement with the Royal Society Member Organizations of the Consortium for the Barcode of Life CBOL and other visitors to the CBOL website may access without charge the table of contents abstracts and full text of all articles and appendices of this volume The contents of the Philosophical Transactions Biological Sciences Volume 360 Number 1462 remain the property of the Royal Society and the authors They are being

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/workshop_reports.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    CBOL Posters partners Barcode of Life Data Systems BOLD Canadian Barcode of Life Network BOLNET Canadian Centre for DNA Barcoding Global Biodiversity Information Facility GBIF Catalogue of Life Search Sitemap text size Get Involved in CBOL Find out how you can get involved Learn about major CBOL projects and other barcode initiatives Browse Case Studies of barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/publications.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    Posters partners Barcode of Life Data Systems BOLD Canadian Barcode of Life Network BOLNET Canadian Centre for DNA Barcoding Global Biodiversity Information Facility GBIF Catalogue of Life Search Sitemap text size Get Involved in CBOL Find out how you can get involved Learn about major CBOL projects and other barcode initiatives Browse Case Studies of barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit barcode

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/media.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    The barcode records should therefore be a coherent and noteworthy set of records that provides noteworthy new research capabilities for a taxonomic group ecological assemblage in a specified geographic region Authors should explain the rationale for creating a comprehensive library of BARCODE data for that taxonomic group ecological habitat and or geographic region If the data have been collected as part of a larger longer term research project the manuscript should explain the wider project and their planned use of the data for taxonomic biogeographic evolutionary and or applied research or for other purposes The manuscript should describe The scope of taxonomic ecological and geographic coverage The sources of voucher specimesn The sampling and laboratory protocols used and The processes used to identify the species to which voucher specimens belong The manuscript should provide summaries of data density and quality such as those shown in the following table Average number of records per species Range of records per species Min Max Average sequence length and Min Max Range of intraspecific variation 3 Min Max Median variation within species 3 X Range of divergence between closest species pairs 4 Min Max Median divergence between closest species pairs 4 Manuscripts should also include an Appendix with a table that presents The taxonomic identification a formal species name or a provisional species label in a public database The collecting locality to a reasonable level of precision The voucher specimen identifier in the format required in the BARCODE data standard The accession number in GenBank EMBL or DDBJ and The BOLD record number optional Review Criteria PLoS will conduct an independent peer review of each submitted manuscript CBOL suggests that authors anticipate that reviewers will use the following evaluation criteria Data quality All data records should meet the BARCODE data standards agreed to by CBOL and INSDC The manuscript should demonstrate the effectiveness of the BARCODE records in distinguishing species as well as pointing out limitations of the BARCODE data for species identification Significance of the data records The data records being released should represent a significant addition to the public knowledge base The manuscript should demonstrate the significance of the new records relative to the previously released BARCODE data for that combination of taxonomic group ecological habitat and geographic region Manuscripts that announce the release of the first BARCODE records representing a higher proportion species in a taxonomic group will have higher significance Relevance to other research programs and societal applications BARCODE data release manuscripts will be considered more relevant if they treat taxonomic groups ecological habitats and geographic regions that are connected with other basic research programs in evolutionary biology or ecology or are components of applied research for socioeconomic reasons e g agriculture food safety conservation environmental monitoring public health Documentation and accessibility The voucher specimens and their associated data and metadata will be valuable resources for the research community The data table in the Appendix must provide links to the voucher specimens and taxonomic identification as well as the INSDC

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/guidelines.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    Get Involved in CBOL Find out how you can get involved Learn about major CBOL projects and other barcode initiatives Browse Case Studies of barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit barcode data Examine barcode data Join CBOL Sponsor Links Protocols Guidelines for non CO1 selection pdf 52Kb Sequence records in GenBank EMBL and DDBJ can only be labeled as BARCODE records if they are from a gene region that has been approved by CBOL As of June 2007 only the Folmer region of COI has been approved for BARCODE status CBOL will use these guidelines to evaluate proposals to give BARCODE status to other gene regions Barcode Data Standards pdf 30Kb Learn how to link barcode sequence records to voucher specimens valid species names and taxonomic publications Barcode Data Submission Tool Barstool Submit your barcode data directly to GenBank Barcode of Life Database BOLD The University of Guelph Ontario offers tools to collect manage and analyze their DNA barcode data and to submit them to GenBank Barcoding Lab Protocols pdf 404Kb The first set of recommendations for procedures and equipment from CBOL s DNA Working Group New barcoding labs can produce 50K

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/protocols.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    get involved Learn about major CBOL projects and other barcode initiatives Browse Case Studies of barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit barcode data Examine barcode data Join CBOL Sponsor Links Barcoding Posters If you would like to download a high resolution copy of the poster shown below right click the picture and Save Target As To request a printed copy of this

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/barcoding_posters.html (2015-06-03)
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