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Classification of species to higher taxa based on analysis of DNA barcodes - a bird example

Originální název

Classification of species to higher taxa based on analysis of DNA barcodes - a bird example

Anglický název

Classification of species to higher taxa based on analysis of DNA barcodes - a bird example

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

DNA barcoding based on mitochondrial gene analysis is a modern method for species identification. We tested three variations of a novel method for species classifica-tion into families and orders based on the nucleotide density of the mtDNA barcode. We verified the methods on datasets of bird barcode sequences. The reference database of species families was created from South American bird species. North American, European, and Asian birds of the same families but mostly different species were classified effectively nearly 88.13 percent into families and 99.51 percent into orders in best case for the third variation of the method.

Anglický abstrakt

DNA barcoding based on mitochondrial gene analysis is a modern method for species identification. We tested three variations of a novel method for species classifica-tion into families and orders based on the nucleotide density of the mtDNA barcode. We verified the methods on datasets of bird barcode sequences. The reference database of species families was created from South American bird species. North American, European, and Asian birds of the same families but mostly different species were classified effectively nearly 88.13 percent into families and 99.51 percent into orders in best case for the third variation of the method.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101868,
  author="Denisa {Maděránková} and Ivo {Provazník}",
  title="Classification of species to higher taxa based on analysis of DNA barcodes - a bird example",
  annote="DNA barcoding based on mitochondrial gene analysis is a modern method for species identification. We tested three variations of a novel method for species classifica-tion into families and orders based on the nucleotide density of the mtDNA barcode. We verified the methods on datasets of bird barcode sequences. The reference database of species families was created from South American bird species. North American, European, and Asian birds of the same families but mostly different species were classified effectively nearly 88.13 percent into families and 99.51 percent into orders in best case for the third variation of the method.",
  booktitle="The 10th International Workshop on Computational Systems Biology",
  chapter="101868",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="june",
  pages="75--79",
  type="conference paper"
}