Establishment of group-specific PCR primers for the identification of freshwater macroinvertebrates

@article{Koester2013EstablishmentOG,
  title={Establishment of group-specific PCR primers for the identification of freshwater macroinvertebrates},
  author={Meike Koester and Silke Classen and Ren{\'e} Gergs},
  journal={Conservation Genetics Resources},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={1091-1093}
}
Analysis of the diversity of the species communities and food webs is essential for a better understanding of the ecosystem and PCR based methods are often used for taxonomic identifications. Here, we describe the development of 21 group-specific primers to amplify short sections of genes encoding nuclear ribosomal DNA from several freshwater invertebrate taxa as a potential approach to identify the prey of invertebrate predators, specified on 130 taxa of freshwater macroinvertebrates. Our… CONTINUE READING

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