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  1. Pyrosequencing for mini-barcoding of fresh and old museum specimens
    Shokralla, S.*, X. Zhou, D. Janzen, W. Hallwachs, J-F Landry, L. M. Jacobus, and M. Hajibabaei
    2011. PLoS ONE 6(7): e21252.


  2. Environmental barcoding: a next-generation sequencing approach for biomonitoring applications using river benthos
    Hajibabaei, M.*, S. Shokralla, X. Zhou, G. A. C. Singer, and D. J. Baird
    2011. PLoS ONE 6(4): e17497.

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  3. Accelerated construction of a regional DNA barcode reference library: caddisflies (Trichoptera) in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
    Zhou, X.*, J. L. Robinson, C. J. Geraci, C. R. Parker, O. S. Flint, Jr., D. Etnier, D. Ruiter, R. E. DeWalt, L. M. Jacobus, and P. D. N. Hebert
    2011. Freshwater Science 30(1): 131-162.


  4. Building freshwater macroinvertebrate DNA-barcode libraries from reference collection material: formalin preservation versus specimen age
    Baird, D. J.*, T. J. Pascoe, X. Zhou, and M. Hajibabaei
    2011. Freshwater Science 30(1): 125-130.


  5. DNA barcoding facilitates description of unknown faunas: a case study on Trichoptera in the headwaters of the Tigris River, Iraq 
    Geraci, C. J.*, M. A. Al-Saffar, and X. Zhou
    2011. Freshwater Science 30(1): 163-173.


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