Douglas W. Yu, Ph.D.

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School of Biological Sciences University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, United Kingdom 
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Terrestrial Ecology and Evolution
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Cross-listing: Evolution Tree

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Charles C.Y. Xu research assistant 2016-2016 University of East Anglia (Evolution Tree)
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Bohmann K, Elbrecht V, Carøe C, et al. (2021) Strategies for sample labelling and library preparation in DNA metabarcoding studies. Molecular Ecology Resources
Worsley SF, Innocent TM, Holmes NA, et al. (2021) Competition-based screening helps to secure the evolutionary stability of a defensive microbiome. Bmc Biology. 19: 205
Arribas P, Andújar C, Bidartondo MI, et al. (2021) Connecting high-throughput biodiversity inventories - opportunities for a site-based genomic framework for global integration and synthesis. Molecular Ecology
Hughes AC, Lechner AM, Chitov A, et al. (2020) Horizon Scan of the Belt and Road Initiative. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 35: 583-593
Pochardt M, Allen JM, Hart T, et al. (2019) Environmental DNA facilitates accurate, inexpensive, and multi-year population estimates of millions of anadromous fish. Molecular Ecology Resources
Ji Y, Huotari T, Roslin T, et al. (2019) SPIKEPIPE: A metagenomic pipeline for the accurate quantification of eukaryotic species occurrences and intraspecific abundance change using DNA barcodes or mitogenomes. Molecular Ecology Resources
Boza G, Worsley SF, Yu DW, et al. (2019) Efficient assembly and long-term stability of defensive microbiomes via private resources and community bistability. Plos Computational Biology. 15: e1007109
Axtner J, Crampton-Platt A, Hörig LA, et al. (2019) An efficient and robust laboratory workflow and tetrapod database for larger scale environmental DNA studies. Gigascience. 8
Peel N, Dicks LV, Clark MD, et al. (2019) Semi‐quantitative characterisation of mixed pollen samples using MinION sequencing and Reverse Metagenomics (RevMet) Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 10: 1690-1701
Abrams JF, Hörig LA, Brozovic R, et al. (2019) Shifting up a gear with iDNA: From mammal detection events to standardised surveys Journal of Applied Ecology. 56: 1637-1648
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