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The Biota-FAPESP International Symposium on DNA Barcoding (Dec 3 and 4, 2009)

December 3rd and 4th at FAPESP's building, São Paulo, Brazil. 


PROGRAM

December 03
      
09h00 - Symposium Opening PDF

09h30 - DNA Barcodes and Biodiversity - Paul Hebert (University of Guelph, Canada)PDF

10h30 - Coffee Break

11h00 - Plant DNA Barcodes and Community Phylogenies - John Kress (Smithsonian Institution, USA) PDF

12h00 - Lunch (Restaurants around FAPESP

14h00 - Molecules versus morphologies - a contemporary floristic survey of Canadian seaweeds highlighting the promise and pitfalls of molecular-assisted alpha taxonomy - Gary Saunders (University of New Brunswick, Canada)

14h50 - Plant DNA Barcoding: Advances, applications and limits - Sean Graham (University of British Columbia, Canada)

15h40 - Coffee Break

16h10 - DNA barcodes as a tool for tree species discovery in diverse tropical forests - Christopher Dick (University of Michigan, USA) PDF

17h00 - ArBOL: Consórcio de Identificação Genética de Plantas Neotropicales - Santiago Madriñan (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia)

December 04
      

08h45 - Opening

09h00 - The All Birds Barcoding Initiative (ABBI): towards a global perspective on molecular variation in birds - Pablo Tubaro (Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Bernardino Rivadavia, Argentina)

09h50 - The Fish Barcode of Life Initiative (FISH-BOL) - Robert Hanner (University of Guelph, Canada)

10h40 - Coffee Break

11h10 - DNA barcoding and Integrative Taxonomy of Bees - Laurence Packer (York University, Canada)

12h00 - Lunch (Restaurants around FAPESP)

14h00 - What is CBOL? - David E. Schindell (Smithsonian Institution, USA, a confirmar)

14h50 - Uses of DNA Barcoding and potential applications for research in Brazil -Alberto Vicentini, Fabrício Santos, Eduardo Eizirik

16h20 - Coffee Break

16h40 - Uses of DNA Barcoding and potential applications for research in Brazil -Cláudio Oliveira, Mariana L. Lyra , Matheus Pepinelli, Cristina Miyaki

18h00 - Closure


FAPESP:
Rua Pio XI, 1500 – Alto da Lapa - São Paulo – SP
Parking suggestion: Taticar, R. Jorge Americano, 89


Information: (11) 3838-4006/3838-4216 - marina@fapesp.br