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UniEuk: Time to Speak a Common Language in Protistology! / Berney, Cedric; Ciuprina, Andreea; Bender, Sara; Brodie, Juliet; Edgcomb, Virginia; Kim, Eunsoo; Rajan, Jeena; Parfrey, Laura Wegener; Adl, Sina; Audic, Stephane; Bass, David; Caron, David A.; Cochrane, Guy; Czech, Lucas; Dunthorn, Micah; Geisen, Stefan; Gloeckner, Frank Oliver; Mahe, Frederic; Quast, Christian; Kaye, Jonathan Z.; Simpson, Alastair G. B.; Stamatakis, Alexandros; del Campo, Javier; Yilmaz, Pelin (Corresponding author); de Vargas, Colomban (Corresponding author).

In: Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, Vol. 64, No. 3, 2017, p. 407-411.

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Harvard

Berney, C, Ciuprina, A, Bender, S, Brodie, J, Edgcomb, V, Kim, E, Rajan, J, Parfrey, LW, Adl, S, Audic, S, Bass, D, Caron, DA, Cochrane, G, Czech, L, Dunthorn, M, Geisen, S, Gloeckner, FO, Mahe, F, Quast, C, Kaye, JZ, Simpson, AGB, Stamatakis, A, del Campo, J, Yilmaz, P & de Vargas, C 2017, 'UniEuk: Time to Speak a Common Language in Protistology!' Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, vol. 64, no. 3, pp. 407-411. DOI: 10.1111/jeu.12414

APA

Berney, C., Ciuprina, A., Bender, S., Brodie, J., Edgcomb, V., Kim, E., ... de Vargas, C. (2017). UniEuk: Time to Speak a Common Language in Protistology! Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 64(3), 407-411. DOI: 10.1111/jeu.12414

Vancouver

Berney C, Ciuprina A, Bender S, Brodie J, Edgcomb V, Kim E et al. UniEuk: Time to Speak a Common Language in Protistology! Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 2017;64(3):407-411. Available from, DOI: 10.1111/jeu.12414

Author

Berney, Cedric ; Ciuprina, Andreea ; Bender, Sara ; Brodie, Juliet ; Edgcomb, Virginia ; Kim, Eunsoo ; Rajan, Jeena ; Parfrey, Laura Wegener ; Adl, Sina ; Audic, Stephane ; Bass, David ; Caron, David A. ; Cochrane, Guy ; Czech, Lucas ; Dunthorn, Micah ; Geisen, Stefan ; Gloeckner, Frank Oliver ; Mahe, Frederic ; Quast, Christian ; Kaye, Jonathan Z. ; Simpson, Alastair G. B. ; Stamatakis, Alexandros ; del Campo, Javier ; Yilmaz, Pelin ; de Vargas, Colomban. / UniEuk: Time to Speak a Common Language in Protistology!. In: Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 2017 ; Vol. 64, No. 3. pp. 407-411

BibTeX

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abstract = "Universal taxonomic frameworks have been critical tools to structure the fields of botany, zoology, mycology, and bacteriology as well as their large research communities. Animals, plants, and fungi have relatively solid, stable morpho-taxonomies built over the last three centuries, while bacteria have been classified for the last three decades under a coherent molecular taxonomic framework. By contrast, no such common language exists for microbial eukaryotes, even though environmental ‘-omics’ surveys suggest that protists make up most of the organismal and genetic complexity of our planet's ecosystems! With the current deluge of eukaryotic meta-omics data, we urgently need to build up a universal eukaryotic taxonomy bridging the protist -omics age to the fragile, centuries-old body of classical knowledge that has effectively linked protist taxa to morphological, physiological, and ecological information. UniEuk is an open, inclusive, community-based and expert-driven international initiative to build a flexible, adaptive universal taxonomic framework for eukaryotes. It unites three complementary modules, EukRef, EukBank, and EukMap, which use phylogenetic markers, environmental metabarcoding surveys, and expert knowledge to inform the taxonomic framework. The UniEuk taxonomy is directly implemented in the European Nucleotide Archive at EMBL-EBI, ensuring its broad use and long-term preservation as a reference taxonomy for eukaryotes.",
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AU - Kim,Eunsoo

AU - Rajan,Jeena

AU - Parfrey,Laura Wegener

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AU - Bass,David

AU - Caron,David A.

AU - Cochrane,Guy

AU - Czech,Lucas

AU - Dunthorn,Micah

AU - Geisen,Stefan

AU - Gloeckner,Frank Oliver

AU - Mahe,Frederic

AU - Quast,Christian

AU - Kaye,Jonathan Z.

AU - Simpson,Alastair G. B.

AU - Stamatakis,Alexandros

AU - del Campo,Javier

AU - Yilmaz,Pelin

AU - de Vargas,Colomban

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N2 - Universal taxonomic frameworks have been critical tools to structure the fields of botany, zoology, mycology, and bacteriology as well as their large research communities. Animals, plants, and fungi have relatively solid, stable morpho-taxonomies built over the last three centuries, while bacteria have been classified for the last three decades under a coherent molecular taxonomic framework. By contrast, no such common language exists for microbial eukaryotes, even though environmental ‘-omics’ surveys suggest that protists make up most of the organismal and genetic complexity of our planet's ecosystems! With the current deluge of eukaryotic meta-omics data, we urgently need to build up a universal eukaryotic taxonomy bridging the protist -omics age to the fragile, centuries-old body of classical knowledge that has effectively linked protist taxa to morphological, physiological, and ecological information. UniEuk is an open, inclusive, community-based and expert-driven international initiative to build a flexible, adaptive universal taxonomic framework for eukaryotes. It unites three complementary modules, EukRef, EukBank, and EukMap, which use phylogenetic markers, environmental metabarcoding surveys, and expert knowledge to inform the taxonomic framework. The UniEuk taxonomy is directly implemented in the European Nucleotide Archive at EMBL-EBI, ensuring its broad use and long-term preservation as a reference taxonomy for eukaryotes.

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