Canadian Forest Service Publications
Biosurveillance of forest insects: part I—integration and application of genomic tools to the surveillance of non‑native forest insects. 2018. Roe, A.D.; Torson, A.S.; Bilodeau, G.; Bilodeau, P.; Blackburn, G.S.; Cui, M.; Cusson, M.; Doucet, D.; Griess, V.C.; Lafond, V.; Paradis, G.; Porth, I.; Prunier, J.; Srivastava, V.; Tremblay, E.; Uzonovic, A.; Yemshanov, D.; Hamelin, R.C. Journal of Pest Science: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10340-018-1027-4.
Available from: Great Lakes Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 39241
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Plain Language Summary
Genomic provides a powerful suite of tools to explore the process of biological invasion. We describe how genomics can provide greater insight into biological invasions by improving diagnostics, determining routes of invasion, assessing the probability of establishment, and identify evidence of adaptation. This knowledge can help fill knowledge gaps in our understanding of biological invasions and inform biosurveillance efforts. This manuscript is complementary to a second manuscript that looks at integration of genomic tools within a management and regulatory framework.
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