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Next generation systematics

Author: Peter D Olson; Joseph Hughes; James A Cotton
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Series: Systematics Association special volume, no. 85.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"We live in an age of ubiquitous genomics. Next generation sequencing (NGS) technology, both widely adopted today and advancing at pace, has transformed today's data landscape, opening up an enormous source of heritable characters to the comparative biologist. Its impact on systematics, like many other fields of biology, has been felt throughout its breadth: from defining species boundaries to estimating their
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter D Olson; Joseph Hughes; James A Cotton
ISBN: 9781107028586 1107028582
OCLC Number: 931797900
Description: x, 347 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction: studying diversity in an age of ubiquitous genomics / James A. Cotton and Peter D. Olson --
Part I. Next generation phylogenetics. Perspective: Challenges in assembling the 'next generation' tree of life / Michael J. Sanderson --
The role of next generation sequencing technologies in shaping the future of insect molecular systematics / Joseph Hughes and Stuart Longhorn --
Phylogenetics of Nematoda / Mark Blaxter, Georgios Koutsovoulos, Martin Jones, Sujai Kumar and Ben Elsworth --
High-throughput multiplexed mitogenomics for Metazoa : prospects and limitations / Peter G. Foster, Maria A. Stalteri, Andrea Waeschenbach and D. Timothy J. Littlewood --
Investigating bacterial microevolution through next generation sequencing / Josephine M. Bryant and Simon R. Harris --
Part II. Next generation biodiversity science. Perspective: Après le déluge : ubiquitous field barcoding should drive 21st century taxonomy / Richard M. Bateman --
Perspective: Biodiversity and the (data) beast / Holly M. Bik and W. Kelley Thomas --
Next generation biodiversity analysis / Mehrdad Hajibabaei and Ian King --
Protist systematics, ecology and next generation sequencing / David Bass and Thomas Bell --
Part III. Next generation challenges and questions. Perspective: Systematics in the age of genomics / Antonis Rokas --
Perspective: The role of next generation sequencing for integrative approaches in evolutionary biology / Ralf J. Sommer --
Next generation apomorphy : the ubiquity of taxonomically restricted genes / Paul A. Nelson and Richard J.A. Buggs --
Utilizing next generation sequencing for evo-devo study of plant traits / Rachael H. Walker, Paula J. Rudall and Beverley J. Glover --
An NGS approach to archaeobotanical museum specimens as genetic resources in systematics research / Oliver Smith, Sarah A. Palmer, Rafal Gutaker and Robin G. Allaby --
From sequence reads to evolutionary inferences / James A. Cotton.
Series Title: Systematics Association special volume, no. 85.
Responsibility: edited by Peter D. Olson, Natural History Museum, London, Joseph Hughes, University of Glasgow, James A. Cotton, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.
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Cheap and plentiful genome sequence data is transforming biology, and will surely transform systematics. This volume explores how.  Read more...

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