• DNA barcoding a relict avifauna: an important tool for systematics and conservation management 

      Tizard, J.; Patel, S.; Waugh, John; Tavares, E.; Bergmann, T.; Gill, B.; Norman, J.; Christidis, L.; Scofield, P.; Haddrath, O.; Baker, A.; Lambert, D.; Millar, C. D. (BMC (Biomedical Centre), part of Springer Nature, 2019-02-11)
      BACKGROUND: DNA barcoding utilises a standardised region of the cytochrome c oxidase I (COI) gene to identify specimens to the species level. It has proven to be an effective tool for identification of avian samples. The ...
    • Evidence of an Australasian divide : exploring little penguins using DNA barcodes 

      Waugh, John (2016-12)
      The use of DNA barcodes (haplotypic variation in a 648 bp segment of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) gene within the mitochondrial genome, starting from base 58 at the 5’ end of the gene) as part of a species ...