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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    initial appointments will be for a full two year term and the other appointments will be for a one year term renewable for one two year term The Executive Committee will convene Working Groups to develop different aspects of DNA barcoding Members of the Executive Committee were appointed in June 2005 Working Groups Based on input from Member Organizations and other sources the Executive Committee directed the Secretariat Office to form self organizing Working Groups to help develop the intellectual scope and rigor of DNA barcoding The CBOL Secretariat supports the Working Groups by promoting international participation and by providing logistical and financial support The initial Working Groups are devoted to DNA Database Plants Data Analysis and Technology Development The Executive Committee has sole authority to convene new Working Groups and to disestablish existing ones CBOL has the following five working groups To see a description of the role of each one click here Data Analysis Working Group Database Working Group DNA Working Group Plants Working Group Technology Development Working Group Scientific Advisory Board The Scientific Advisory Board SAB consists of the Chairs of the Working Groups and approximately ten members selected by the Executive Committee from among nominees from the Member Organizations The SAB exists to provide the Executive Committee with advice on the scientific directions of the Barcode Initiative and to perform those duties assigned to them by the Executive Committee Current SAB members include CBOL Secretariat Office The CBOL Secretariat Office is hosted by and housed in the Smithsonian Institution s National Museum of Natural History The Smithsonian Institution has taken the initiative to obtain funding for the CBOL Secretariat Office from the Alfred P Sloan Foundation for the period of April 2004 to October 2007 The Smithsonian will have responsibility for fulfilling the goals and meeting

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    Diagnostics National Centre for Advanced Bio Protection Technologies PO Box 84 Canterbury New Zealand Invasive Species Molecular markers Freek Bakker National Herbarium Nederland Wageningen University Biosystematics Group room 2002 Gen Foulkesweg 37 6703BL Wageningen the Netherlands Plants Molecular Techniques Lee Weigt Smithsonian Institution Laboratory of Analytical Biology 4210 Silver Hill Road MRC534 Suitland MD 20746 United States of America Robyn Cowan Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Jodrell Laboratory RBG Kew Richmond Surrey TW9 3AB United Kingdom Chair Plant Working Group Paul de Barro CSIRO Entomology Officer in Charge Long Pocket Laboratories 120 Melers Rd Indooroopilly Australia Agricultural insects invasives Paul Hebert University of Guelph Canada Research Chair Molecular Biodiversity Department of Integrative Biology Guelph ON N1G 2W1 Canada Chair DNA Working Group Robert Hanner University of Guelph Associate Director Canadian Barcode of Life Network Biodiversity Institute of Ontario Department of Integrative Biology Guelph N1G 2W1 Canada Chair Database Working Group Daniel Masiga Kenyatta University Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology P O Box 43844 00100 Nairobi Kenya Bioinformatics Insects Athula L T Perera University of Peradeniya Head Department of Agricultural Biology Genetics Plant Breeding and Biotechnology Faculty of Agriculture C1 University Quarters Kurundugodella Sri Lanka Agricultural biology Plant breeding Cecillia Saccone Instituto

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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

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit barcode data Examine barcode data Join CBOL Sponsor Links International Network for Barcoding Invasive and Pest Species INBIPS INBIPS is an informal network on Invasive and Pest Species that will act as a clearinghouse of information concerning organizations initiatives and species lists concerned with invasive and pest species a forum for interactions among initiatives on invasive and pest species and a catalyst for the formation of barcoding projects on invasive and pest species Specialists on invasive alien species IAS were well represented at the First International Barcode Conference in London In response to their urging following that meeting CBOL formed INBIPS the International Network for Barcoding Invasive and Pest Species INBIPS is an informal network of individuals who would like to share information coordinate their efforts and form collaborations that address the IAS problem There are already numerous initiatives devoted to invasive species and INBIPS plans to work with them rather than to create a new and separate activity INBIPS goal is to provide these initiatives with information about the application of DNA barcoding to the IAS problem and to facilitate new barcoding activities on invasive

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    barcoding projects Propose a barcoding project post a Case Study and find partners Submit barcode data Examine barcode data Join CBOL Sponsor Links Barcoding Links Sponsors Smithsonian Institute www si edu Sloan Foundation www sloan org Collection Tools Barcode of Life Data Systems BOLD www barcodinglife org Informational Barcode Blog phe rockefeller edu barcode blog Case Studies in DNA Barcoding www bolinfonet org casestudy Global Campaigns All Birds Barcoding Initiative

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life
    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 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 CBOL Logos

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    all other barcodes DNA barcodes vary among individuals of the same species but only to a very minor degree If the DNA barcode region is effective the minor variation within species will be much smaller than the differences among species Learn more about DNA barcoding in two CBOL brochures Barcoding Life Ten Reasons pdf 438Kb Barcoding Life Illustrated pdf 628 Kb Barcoding projects have four components The Specimens Natural history museums herbaria zoos aquaria frozen tissue collections seed banks type culture collections and other repositories of biological materials are treasure troves of identified specimens The Laboratory Analysis Barcoding protocols pdf 561Kb can be followed to obtain DNA barcode sequences from these specimens The best equipped molecular biology labs can produce a DNA barcode sequence in a few hours for as little as 5 per specimen The data are then placed in a database for subsequent analysis The Database One of the most important components of the Barcode Initiative is the construction of a public reference library of species identifiers which could be used to assign unknown specimens to known species There are currently two main barcode databases that fill this role The International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaborative is a partnership

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    two years have seen a steady increase in the appearance of important DNA barcoding studies News Room Read about CBOL in the news or our latest press releases First International Barcode Conference Proceedings The Royal Society has published an issue devoted to the papers presented at the London Barcode Conference February 2005 The Barcode Blog Read and comment about the latest developments in DNA barcoding Barcoding Posters Download or request

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