A joint QBOL-EPPO Conference on plant pest DNA barcoding and diagnostic methods for plant pests will be organized on 2012-05-21/25 by the QBOL partners, the Dutch Plant Protection Service and EPPO.
QBOL (Quarantine organisms Barcode Of Life) is a three year project (2009-2012) funded under the 7th Framework Program of the European Union. QBOL seeks to generate DNA barcode information for vouchered specimens of quarantine pests. The DNA sequence will form the basis of a publically available, searchable, web accessible database. For more information on QBOL please visit www.qbol.org.
The Conference will be organized into different session covering different disciplines (bacteria, fungi, insects, nematodes, phytoplasmas, and viruses) where QBOL outcomes will be presented as well as other diagnostic methods.
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