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Maintaining a collection of over 37 million specimens is very expensive. Herbarium genomics: plastome sequence assembly from a range of herbarium specimens using an Interactive Organelle Genome Assembly (IOGA) pipeline. Phylogenetic analysis of niche divergence reveals distinct evolutionary histories and climate change implications for tropical carnivorous pitcher plants . I therefore increasingly collaborate with companies interested in the development of innovative products from museum specimens sometimes collected over 400 years ago! T., Lei D., Yu J., Mohammadin S., Wei Z., van de Kerke S., Gravendeel B., Niewenhuis M., Staats M., Alguezar-Planas D. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 117: 33-43. At a very young age, I was already stimulated to collect my first specimens for the local history museum of Vleuten - De Meern (now Leidsche Rijn) by my dad and mom who were passionate historians. They taught me that musea are magical places opening up a billion of years of earth’s history and keys to answers of challenges that we struggle with today rather than dusty attics to store things that must be kept even though no one uses them anymore. Development of a multiplex Q-PCR to detect Trichoderma harzianum Rifai strain T22 in plant roots. J., Gravendeel B., Holst-Jensen A., Scholtens I., Peelen T., Prins T. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 408: 4615-4630. I studied Biology at Utrecht University, where I graduated in 1997. Go to website (DOI) Schwallier R., Raes N., de Boer H. At Leiden University, a Ph D degree in molecular systematic research on Asian orchids was obtained in 2000.

The aim was to gain more insight in the bottlenecks that narrowed genetic diversity after domestication in the Andes and subsequent industrial breeding in Europe and the US. Advances in DNA metabarcoding for food and wildlife forensic species identification. Added value of metabarcoding combined with microscopy for evolutionary studies of mammals. We can now trace the taxonomic identity and geographic origin of dis- or reappearing species illegally traded or expanding their range. museomics, micro ct, next generation sequencing, ancient dna, wildlife forensics Past processes that shaped the current genetic diversity of the domesticated tomato are still largely unknown. Today, I continue in my parent's footsteps by applying modern techniques to historical collections.