Ecological genomics seminar

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The Ecological Genomics page

This page is for use of participants in EEB 6485 Seminar in Ecological Genomics

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Overview of the 454 sequencing technology. From Rothberg, J.M. and J.H. Leamon. 2008. Nature Biotechnology 26: 1117-1124

The Spring 2010 Edition

February 3

Pdficon small.gifRokas, A. and P. Abbot. 2009 Harnessing genomics for evolutionary insights. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24:192-200.
Pdficon small.gifUngerer, M.C., L.C. Johnson and M.A. Herman. 2008. Ecological genomics: understanding gene and genome function in the natural environment. Heredity 100: 178-183.

February 10

Snow day.


February 17

Pdficon small.gif Place et al 2008 MEPS.pdf Gene expression in the intertidal mussel Mytilus californianus: physiological response to environmental factors on a biogeographic scale


February 24

March 3

March 17

Pdficon small.gif Metzker, M. L. 2010. Sequencing technologies - the next generation. Nature Reviews Genetics 11: 31-46.


March 24

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April 7

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Topics of interest

Toyshop: overview of next generation sequencing technologies (Rachel O'Neill, rescheduled tentatively for 3/3)
Functional variability in gene expression; response to abiotic factors, social factors, other species
Linking intra- and interspecific genomic variability to morphological variability
Environmentally-mediated modification of the genome; epigenetics
Metagenomics: genetic variability at the community level
Genomics and community/ecosystem-scale processes
Genomics and development: how regulatory pathways shape morphology
Genomics and systematics: discovery of informative loci

Reference compilations

Pdficon small.gifAn ecological genomics bibliography


March 2010 Special Issue of Molecular Ecology on NEXT GENERATION MOLECULAR ECOLOGY


Methods-oriented overview papers

Pdficon small.gif Metzker, M. L. 2010. Sequencing technologies - the next generation. Nature Reviews Genetics 11: 31-46.
Pdficon small.gifMorozova, O., M. Hirst, and M. A. Marra. 2009. Applications of New Sequencing Technologies for Transcriptome Analysis. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 10: 135-151.
Pdficon small.gif Mortazavi, A., B. A. Williams, K. McCue, L. Schaeffer, and B. Wold. 2008. Mapping and quantifying mammalian transcriptomes by RNA-Seq. Nature Methods 5: 621-628.
Pdficon small.gif Rothberg, J. M., and J. H. Leamon. 2008. The development and impact of 454 sequencing. Nature Biotechnology 26: 1117-1124.
Pdficon small.gif Schuster, S. C. 2008. Next-generation sequencing transforms today's biology. Nature Methods 5: 16-18.
Pdficon small.gif Shendure, J., and H. L. Ji. 2008. Next-generation DNA sequencing. Nature Biotechnology 26: 1135-1145.
Pdficon small.gif Weber, A. P. M., K. L. Weber, K. Carr, C. Wilkerson, and J. B. Ohlrogge. 2007. Sampling the arabidopsis transcriptome with massively parallel pyrosequencing. Plant Physiology 144: 32-42.
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