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A global initiative for ecological and evolutionary hologenomics.

Leonard, A, Abalos, J, Adhola, T, Aguirre, W, Aizpurua, O, Ali, S, Andreone, F, Aubret, F, Ávila-Palma, H., Alcantara, L., Beltrán, J., Berg, R, Berg, T., Bertolino, S, Blumstein, D., Boldgiv, B, Borowski, Z, Boubli, J., Büchner, S, Cabido, C, Camacho, C, Chaparro, J., Charmantier, A, D'Elía, G, da Silva, L., Dalsgaard, B, de Franceschi, C, de la Cruz, F, de la Sancha, N., Denoël, M, Eisenhofer, R, Feiner, N, Fernandes, J., Figuerola, J, Fusani, L, Gangoso, L, García-Roa, R, Gasperini, S, Gaun, N, Thomas, M, Gilbert, P, Gomez-Mestre, I, Graves, G., Groombridge, J, Hardouin, E., Hernández, M, Herrera M., L., Hodder, K, Hosner, P., Hurtado, N, Juste, J, Knowles, S., Kohl, K., Korine, C, Kornilev, Y., Kramer-Schadt, S, Lambin, X, Lattenkamp, E., Lauritsen, J, Li, G, López, C., Baucells, A., Cohen, T., Manzo, E, Marteau, M, Martin, L., Bideguren, G., Mazzamuto, M., Monadjem, A, Nietlisbach, P, Øksnebjerg, D., Packer, J., Pepke, M., Peralta-Sánchez, J., Perdomo, A, de Lanuza, G., Pietroni, C, Poyet, M, Rahbek, C, Ramaraj, T, Caldas, Y., Razgour, O, Rebelo, H, Reif, J, Rimbach, R, Rocha, R, Rocha, R., Fernandes, C., Romeo, C, Ruuskanen, S, Sakaluk, S., Santicchia, F, Sarraude, T, Sørås, R, Spada, M, Steele, M., Stothart, M., Sunje, E, Sutton, A., Szulkin, M, Takahata, Y, Thompson, C., Thorup, K, Tomazetto, G, Torrent, L, Toshkova, N, Tranquillo, C, Turcios-Casco, M., Uller, T, van Riemsdijk, I, Velo-Antón, G, Verbeylen, G, Videvall, E, Voigt, C., Wauters, L., Wellenreuther, M, Yanchukov, A and Alberdi, A, 2024. A global initiative for ecological and evolutionary hologenomics. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. (In Press)

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DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2024.03.005

Abstract

The Earth Hologenome Initiative (EHI) is a global collaboration to generate and analyse hologenomic data from wild animals and associated microorganisms using standardised methodologies underpinned by open and inclusive research principles. Initially focused on vertebrates, it aims to re-examine ecological and evolutionary questions by studying host–microbiota interactions from a systemic perspective.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:0169-5347
Additional Information:The Earth Hologenome Initiative (EHI) is a global collaboration to generate and analyse hologenomic data from wild animals and associated microorganisms using standardised methodologies underpinned by open and inclusive research principles. Initially focused on vertebrates, it aims to re-examine ecological and evolutionary questions by studying host–microbiota interactions from a systemic perspective.
Uncontrolled Keywords:access and benefit-sharing; biodiversity; host–microbe; microbiome; research network
Group:Faculty of Science & Technology
ID Code:39893
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:28 May 2024 09:19
Last Modified:28 May 2024 09:19

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