Data from: Automated DNA-based plant identification for large-scale biodiversity assessment

Papadopoulou A, Chesters D, Coronado I, De la Cadena G, Cardoso A, Reyes JC, Maes J, Rueda RM, Gómez-Zurita J

Date Published: March 24, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j42c6

 

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Title BAGpipe Alignments
Description Mafft Alignments of psbA-trnH sequences produced by the BAGpipe.
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Title Nicaraguan SDTF Database psbA-trnH Sequences
Description A fasta file containing psbA-trnH sequences of 450 angiosperm samples from the Nicaraguan Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest, with taxonomic and geographic information
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Papadopoulou A, Chesters D, Coronado I, De la Cadena G, Cardoso A, Reyes JC, Maes J, Rueda RM, Gómez-Zurita J (2015) Automated DNA-based plant identification for large-scale biodiversity assessment. Molecular Ecology Resources 15(1): 136-152. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12256

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Papadopoulou A, Chesters D, Coronado I, De la Cadena G, Cardoso A, Reyes JC, Maes J, Rueda RM, Gómez-Zurita J (2014) Data from: Automated DNA-based plant identification for large-scale biodiversity assessment. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j42c6
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