Abstract Submission

Please note that registration for the 6th International Barcode of Life Conference is found here.

Prior to completing the below abstract submission form, please review the information provided here about the abstract review process, publication of abstracts, and required format of the abstracts.

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Presenting Author Information

At least one co-author for all presentations, including posters, must register for the meeting. The individual designated as the 'presenting author' does not need to be the first author.

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Taxonomic Focus and Research Theme

Primary Taxonomic Focus: *

Consult the list of parallel session topics and select the theme that best corresponds to your research. You may select additional themes from the list below.

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Additional Research Themes: Please select any other relevant research themes.

Analytics and Techniques

Barcoding Type Specimens and CollectionsDetection of eDNAInformatics Tools and Analysis of Large Data SetsNew Approaches to Generating Reference BarcodesNext Generation Platforms and Analytical Pipelines

Barcoding Biomes

Barcoding Biodiversity HotspotsFreshwater BiodiversityLarge Biodiversity SurveysMarine BiodiversityPolar BiodiversityTerrestrial Biodiversity

Ecology

Community AssemblyFood Webs and Trophic InteractionsPollen Barcoding/Pollination BiologyResponses of Biodiversity to Environmental Change

Evolutionary Biology

Implications of Barcode Data for SystematicsMolecular EvolutionPhylogenetics and Patterns of DiversificationPhylogeography and Geographic Patterns of Speciation

Socio-Economic Applications and Implications

Agroecosystems and Agricultural PestsApplied BiomonitoringConservation and Biodiversity ForensicsEducation and BarcodingEthnobotany and Biodiversity of Medicinal PlantsFood Authenticity and SafetyInvasive Alien SpeciesNational Barcoding NetworksParasites and VectorsPolicy and Regulatory DevelopmentsQuarantine Applications
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Presentation Preference

Because the number of oral presentations is limited, it may not be possible to accommodate all requests for this option. There will, however, be a dedicated poster session.

Abstract

Paste your abstract below, ensuring that it includes no more than 300 words. The following sub-headings should be used: Background, Results, and Significance.

Prizes

Would you like to be considered for one of the graduate student or postdoctoral fellow prizes? If so, indicate your academic rank and the appropriate category of work.
Academic Rank: Graduate StudentPostdoctoral FellowNot Interested

Category of Work: Research ExcellenceSocio-Economic ApplicationsPolar Barcoding

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