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2020. Chaudhary, Vratika, Wisely, Samantha M., Hernández, Felipe A., Hines, James E., Nichols, James D., and Oli, Madan K. 1. Given the public health, economic, and conservation implications of zoonotic diseases, their effective surveillance is of paramount importance. ... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of Florida, University Austral de Chile, and United States Geological Survey.
2020. Breinholt, Jesse W., Carey, Sarah B., Tiley, George P., Davis, E. Christine, Endara, Lorena, McDaniel, Stuart F., Neves, Leandro, Sessa, Emily B., von Konrat, Matt, Fawcett, Susan, Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M., Labiak, Paulo H., Larraín, Juan, Lehnert, Marcus, Lewis, Lily R., Nagalingum, Nathalie S., Patel, Nikisha, Rensing, Stefan A., Testo, Weston, Vasco, Alejandra, Villarreal, Juan Carlos, Williams, Evelyn Webb, Burleigh, J. Gordon, Chantanaorrapint, Sahut, Neves, Leandro G., Konrat, Matt, and Ickert‐Bond, Stefanie M. Premise of the Study: New sequencing technologies enable the possibility of generating large-scale molecular datasets for constructing the plant tr... Applications in Plant Sciences. RAPiD Genomics*, University of Florida, Duke University, Field Museum of Natural History, University of Vermont, University of Alaska System, Federal University of Paraná, Pontificial Catholic University of Valparaiso, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, California Academy of Sciences, University of Connecticut, Philipp University of Marburg, Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Université Laval, Chicago Botanic Garden*, Prince of Songkla University, Gainesville Obstetrics & Gynecology, and University of Alaska Fairbanks.
2019. Jantzen, Johanna, Amarasinghe, Prabha, Folk, Ryan, Reginato, Marcelo, Michelangeli, Fabian, Soltis, Douglas, Cellinese, Nico, and Soltis, Pamela. Premise of the study: Putatively single-copy nuclear (SCN) loci, identified using genomic resources of closely related species, are ideal for phylo... University of Florida, Mississippi State University, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, New York Botanical Garden, and Florida Museum of Natural History.