EukRef

About EukRef

A short introduction to EukRef

Constructing your EukRef database

Guidelines for constructing your database

EukRef curators

Amoebozoa Curator e-mail Affiliation Group to curate Matt Brown mbrown[a]biology.msstate.edu Mississippi State University Coordinator Anna Maria Fiore-Donno afiore-donno6[a]infomaniak.ch University of Cologne Myxogastria Thierry Heger thierry.heger[a]changins.ch CHANGINS Arcellinida Alexander Kudryavtsev alexander.kudryavtsev[a]spbu.ru Saint Petersburg University Himatismenida Tomas Panek mistrpanek[a]seznam.cz Charles University in Prague Archamoebae Alexander Tice at1422[a]msstate.edu Mississippi State University Variosea (Evosa) Tomas Tyml tomastyml[a]gmail.

Pipeline overview

Description of the EukRef pipeline

Short read annotation

Steps to perform short read annotation

Taxonomy classification guidelines

Guidelines to perform the taxonomic annotation

Workshop Barcelona 2016

Our second workshop took place at the Institute of Marine Sciences in Barcelona, Spain from November 28 to December 2 2016. This effort brought together taxonomists with expertise in individual lineages that span the eukaryotic tree of life to curate reference 18S rDNA sequences of these lineages by incorporating knowledge of phylogenetic, morphological, and/or environmental contextual data. This second edition was particularly (but not exclusively) focused on Amoebozoa and Rhizaria.

Workshop Roscoff 2018

Our third workshop took place at the Station Biologique Roscoff in Roscoff, France from November 5 to 9 2018. This effort brought together taxonomists with expertise in individual lineages that span the eukaryotic tree of life to curate reference 18S rDNA sequences of these lineages by incorporating knowledge of phylogenetic, morphological, and/or environmental contextual data. This third edition was particularly (but not exclusively) focused on Diatoms, Dinoflagellates, and Green Algae.

Workshop Vancouver 2015

Our first workshop that will take place in Vancouver, Canada from July 19 to 25. This effort brings together taxonomists with expertise in individual lineages that span the eukaryotic tree of life to curate reference 18S rDNA sequences of these lineages by incorporating knowledge of phylogenetic, morphological, and/or environmental contextual data. During the workshop, the working group will integrate the curation efforts on individual eukaryotic groups into a biological data warehouse consisting of curated sequences, flexible taxonomy, and phylogenetic trees and their underlying sequence alignments.

PfR2

Planktonic Foraminifera 18S ribosomal DNA.