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Everywhere but Antarctica: using a supertree to understand the diversity and distribution of the Compositae.
s. Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 12-16, 2001. Botanical Society of America. Pp. 132. Panero, J.L., Baldwin, B.G., Schilling, E.E. & Clevinger, J.A. 2001c. Molecular phylogenetic studies of members… Expand
The DNA bank network: the start from a german initiative.
- B. Gemeinholzer, G. Dröge, +5 authors Johann-Wolfgang Wägele
- Biology, Medicine
- Biopreservation and biobanking
- 7 April 2011
The explicit aim of the DNA Bank Network is to close the divide between biological specimen collections and molecular sequence databases. It provides a technically optimized DNA and tissue collection… Expand
Incongruent plastid and nuclear DNA phylogenies reveal ancient intergeneric hybridization in Pilosella hawkweeds (Hieracium, Cichorieae, Asteraceae).
- J. Fehrer, B. Gemeinholzer, J. Chrtek, S. Bräutigam
- Biology, Medicine
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
- 1 February 2007
Phylogenetic relationships for Hieracium subgen. Pilosella were inferred from chloroplast (trnT-trnL, matK) and nuclear (ITS) sequence data. Chloroplast markers revealed the existence of two… Expand
Barcoding diatoms: evaluation of the V4 subregion on the 18S rRNA gene, including new primers and protocols
Diatoms are present in all types of water bodies and their species diversity is influenced greatly by environmental conditions. This means that diatom occurrence and abundances are suitable… Expand
Metabarcoding vs. morphological identification to assess diatom diversity in environmental studies
- Jonas Zimmermann, G. Glöckner, R. Jahn, N. Enke, B. Gemeinholzer
- Biology, Medicine
- Molecular ecology resources
- 1 May 2015
Diatoms are frequently used for water quality assessments; however, identification to species level is difficult, time‐consuming and needs in‐depth knowledge of the organisms under investigation, as… Expand
The user's view on biodiversity data sharing - Investigating facts of acceptance and requirements to realize a sustainable use of research data -
- N. Enke, Anne E. Thessen, K. Bach, J. Bendix, B. Seeger, B. Gemeinholzer
- Business, Computer Science
- Ecol. Informatics
- 1 September 2012
This study explores the reasons for the reluctance to share data on the one hand and the motivations for sharing on the other by summarising results from > 60 interviews and >700 survey participants within the biodiversity science community. Expand
Babcock revisited: new insights into generic delimitation and character evolution in Crepis L. (Compositae: Cichorieae) from ITS and matK sequence data
In 1947 Babcock published his widely acknowledged monograph of the genus Crepis L. including a sectional classification of the species as well as extensive hypotheses about character evolution. To… Expand
Open Data in Global Environmental Research: The Belmont Forum’s Open Data Survey
This paper presents the findings of the Belmont Forum’s survey on Open Data which targeted the global environmental research and data infrastructure community. It highlights users’ perceptions of the… Expand
Divergence time estimation in Cichorieae (Asteraceae) using a fossil-calibrated relaxed molecular clock
- K. Tremetsberger, B. Gemeinholzer, Holger Zetzsche, S. Blackmore, N. Kilian, S. Talavera
- Organisms Diversity & Evolution
- 1 March 2013
Knowing the age of lineages is key to understanding their biogeographic history. We aimed to provide the best estimate of the age of Cichorieae and its subtribes based on available fossil evidence… Expand
Genetic population structure, fitness variation and the importance of population history in remnant populations of the endangered plant Silene chlorantha (Willd.) Ehrh. (Caryophyllaceae).
Habitat fragmentation can lead to a decline of genetic diversity, a potential risk for the survival of natural populations. Fragmented populations can become highly differentiated due to reduced gene… Expand