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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
264A decade of herbarium genomicsRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeLISTON, AARON.Illumina
Fragaria
872Dynamic monographs: gateways to herbarium data for the futureRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeZapata, Felipe.Taxonomy
biodiversity informatics
species
387Harnessing the power of the herbarium: a specimen-based analysis of morphology and environment in ecologically dominant grassesRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeMcAllister, Chrissy; McKain, Michael; Li, Mao; Kellogg, Elizabeth.Andropogoneae
Herbaria
morphology
environment
Andropogon
Schizachyrium
Hyparrhenia
233I fall to pieces: RADseq techniques can be applied to herbarium-derived DNAs of varying qualityRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeBeck, James; Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid; Rushworth, Catherine; Windham, Michael; Diaz, Nicolas; Cantley, Jason; Martine, Christopher; Rothfels, Carl.herbarium
degraded DNA
RADseq
Phylogenomics
Draba
Solidago
Ilex
Boechera
224Including herbarium specimens in targeted sequencing projects for phylogenies and population genetics: data analysis challenges and solutionsRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeJohnson, Matthew.HybSeq
HybPiper
degraded DNA
Phylogenetics
Next generation sequencing
herbarium
952Integrated Research Using Digitized Herbarium Resources  Revolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeSOLTIS, PAMELA S..Herbaria
digitization
data integration
Genomics
Spatial analysis
158Large-scale integration of specimens, literature, and database infrastructure in SaxifragalesRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeFolk, Ryan; Soltis, Douglas; SOLTIS, PAMELA S.; Cellinese, Nico; Mort, Mark; Allen, Julie; Stubbs, Rebecca; Guralnick, Rob.collections
Herbaria
supermatrix
biodiversity literature
functional traits
Niche Modeling
Phylogenomics
968More than a phylogeny: Evolutionary genomics in the herbariumRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeMcKain, Michael; Pienaar, Jason; Saeidi, Saman; AuBuchon, Taylor; Lewis, Michelle; McAllister, Chrissy; Kellogg, Elizabeth.Herbaria
evolutionary genomics
genome skimming
Transposons
Andropogoneae
Poaceae
623Phylogenomics of Passiflora sect. Decaloba reveals strong biographic structuring of cladesRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeAcha Macias , Serena I; Edwards, Christine; MacDougal, John.2b-RAD
vines
passion flower
Neotropics
Andes
708Rapid workflows from specimens to sequences: Global-scale phylogenomics from collectionsRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeKates, Heather; Folk, Ryan; Conde, Daniel; Ruben, Bella; Dervinis, Chris; LaFrance, Rafe; Kirst, Matias; Guralnick, Rob; Soltis, Douglas; SOLTIS, PAMELA S..herbarium specimens
target enrichment
Phylogenomics
biodiversity
high throughput methods
27Revolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeMcKain, Michael; Lagomarsino, Laura.herbarium
Phylogenomics
evolutionary genomics
species diversity
morphology
Systematics
384Substrate specialization and genetic bottlenecks in Alpine Cherleria (Caryophyllaceae)Revolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeMoore, Abigail; Kadereit, Joachim.Cherleria
Minuartia
Caryophyllaceae
Alps
Balkan
Genomics
GBS
499The promises and pitfalls of herbarium phylogenomics: A case study in a Neotropical plant radiationRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeLagomarsino, Laura; Uribe-Convers, Simon; Carlsen, Monica; Antonelli, Alexandre; Muchhala, Nathan.Phylogenomics
Sequence capture
Neotropics
Campanulaceae
Asterales
613Using herbarium specimens to study plant metabolism: the state of the science and an example from pyrrolizidine alkaloids in ApocynaceaeRevolutionizing systematics: Herbaria in the Genomics AgeLivshultz, Tatyana; Tasca, Julia; Minbiole, Kevin; Smith, Chelsea; Teisher, Jordan; Straub, Shannon.Apocynaceae
alkaloid
Metabolism
herbarium
milkweed
secondary chemistry
chemical diversification
Asclepias

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