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Saturday, May 23 • 08:30 - 10:00
Next generation sequencing and its application

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  • 8:30 - King I, Hill S, Bogart J, Shokralla S, and Hajibabaei M. 'Using environmental DNA (eDNA) for monitoring Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) and the Ambystoma species complex in southern Ontario'
  • 8:45 - Mason GE, Fleming IA, Hamilton LC, and Bradbury IR. 'Rapid evolution in an introduced population of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) population: genomic and experimental evidence of adaptation in Rocky River, Newfoundland'
  • 9:00 - Pavey SA, Gaudin J, Normandeau E, Dionne M, Castonguay M, Audet C, and Bernatchez L. 'RAD-sequencing highlights polygenic discrimination of habitat ecotypes in the panmictic American Eel (Anguilla rostrata)'
  • 9:15 - Lait LA, and Carr SM. 'Mitogenomics of at-risk marine species: does complete mtDNA analyses change our view on population genetics?'
  • 9:30 - Rougeux C, Gagnaire PA, and Bernatchez L. 'Demographic divergence history of American whitefish species pairs inferred from genome-wide SNPs'
  • 9:45 - Graham CG, Glenn TC, McArthur AG, Boreham DR, Kieran T, Lance S, Manzon RG, Martino JA, Pierson T, Rogers SM, Wilson JY, and Somers CM. 'How degraded is too degraded? The effects of DNA quality on RADSeq in molecular ecology'

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Ian King

Mitacs Elevate Postdoctoral Fellow, Biodiversity Institute of Ontario


Saturday May 23, 2015 08:30 - 10:00 CST
PHYSIC 128 Physics Building, University of Saskatchewan

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