Symposium: Genomic tools for biomonitoring of forest insects
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How forest disturbance affects insect diversity remains poorly known. The lack of data is in part due to to the fact that traditional biomonitoring schemes are too labour intensive and costly to handle large amounts of samples and taxa. The development of high-throughput sequencing allows the detection of insects from bulk samples. The underlying technology is advancing fast, and refinements are being made constantly to improve efficiency and reduce error. Talks will provide an overview of the current and future applications of new molecular technologies in insect forest biomonitoring.
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