Monday, 15 November 2004: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

150 G (Salt Palace L-1)

Section A Symposium: DNA-Taxonomy: Good-Bye Microscope?

Organizer(s): Anthony I. Cognato,
Moderator(s): Ryan M. Caesar,
Anthony I. Cognato,
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PM0042Why we need a DNA-based taxonomy
Alfried P. Vogler,
1:23 PM0043Probing life's diversity with DNA barcodes  [ Recorded presentation ]
Paul D.N. Hebert,
1:41 PM0044Problems with DNA- taxonomy  [ Recorded presentation ]
Felix AH. Sperling,
1:59 PM0045On the importance of morphological taxonomy  [ Recorded presentation ]
Daniel Rubinoff,
2:17 PMBreak
2:27 PM0046Species-level polyphyly and the importance of sampling DNA diversity  [ Recorded presentation ]
Daniel J. Funk,
2:45 PM0047A model for application of DNA-taxonomy
Anthony I. Cognato,
3:03 PM0048Taxonomic confusion among Copitarsia decolora: Molecular and morphological resolutions  [ Recorded presentation ]
Rebecca B. Simmons,
3:21 PM0049rRNA secondary structures:  Morphological characters with taxonomic significance
Joseph J. Gillespie,
3:39 PMBreak 2
3:49 PM0050Application of DNA taxonomy in forensic entomology
Jamie Stevens
4:07 PM0051DNA taxonomy in conservation biology
Ryan M. Caesar,, Anthony I. Cognato,
4:25 PM0052Introducing SPIDA-web: A fully automated, digital image-based identification system for biological species  [ Recorded presentation ]
Martin T. Do,
4:43 PMConcluding Remarks

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