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Latest news:

- A reply to a comment by Heethoff on the recently published opinion paper was accepted by TREE, and is available as Early View

- NHM accepted a new research group 'Frontiers in Evolutionary Zoology' starting 1. February 2018

- The Opinion paper 'Finding evolutionary processes in cryptic species' by Struck et al. was published n in TREE

- The paper entitled 'Atp8 is in the ground pattern of flatworm mitochondrial genomes' by Eggers et al. has been published by BMC Genomics 18, 414.

 

What's new?

 

Gopalakrishnan, Sinding, Ramos-Madrigal, Niemann, Castruita, Vieira, Carøe, Montero, Kuderna, Serres, González, Liu, Wang, Marques-Bonet, Mirarab, Fernandes, Gaubert, Koepfli, Budd, Rueness, Heide-Jørgensen, Petersen, Sicheritz-Ponten, Bachmann, Wiig, Hansen, Gilbert

Interspecific gene flow shaped the evolution of the genus Canis.

Current Biology, in press.

 

Struck, Feder, Bendiksby, Birkeland, Cerca, Gusarov, Kistenich, Larsson, Liow, Nowak, Stedje, Bachmann, Dimitraov
Cryptic species - more than a taxonomical chaos: A reply to Heethoff.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33: 310-312.

(2018)

Struck, Feder, Bendiksby, Birkeland, Cerca, Gusarov, Kistenich, Larsson, Liow, Nowak, Stedje, Bachmann, Dimitraov
Finding evolutionary processes hidden in cryptic species.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33, 153-163.
(2018)

Eggers, Bachmann, Fromm
Atp8 is in the ground pattern of flatworm mitochondrial genomes.
BMC Genomics. 18, 414
(2017)

Tscha, Bachmann, Abilhoa, Boeger
Past connection and isolation of watersheds: The sea-level changes affect the distribution and genetic variability of coastal freshwater fishes.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 190, 31-39.
(2017)

Tscha, Baggio, Marteleto, Abilhoa, Bachmann, Boeger
Sea level variation affected the demographic history of marine and freshwater fishes of the coastal plain of Parana, Brazil.
Journal of Fish Biology 90, 968-979
(2017)

 

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Dr. Lutz Bachmann

-----------Professor for Molecular Systematics
-----------University of Oslo
-----------Natural History Museum
-----------Department for Research and Collections
-----------PO Box 1172 Blindern
-----------0318 Oslo
-----------Norway

-----------Tel: +47 22851764
-----------Fax: +47 22851837
-----------email: bachmann@nhm.uio.no

-----------visiting address:
-----------Sars gate 1
-----------0562 Oslo
-----------Norway

 

 

Research interest:

Fish ectoparasites of the family Gyrodactylidae

- The mitochondrial genome of Aglaiogyrodactylus forficulatus

- The draft genome of Gyrodactylus salaris
- The microRNA complement of Gyrodactylus salaris
- Molecular taxonomy of G. salaris and G. thymalli

- Mining natural history collections: Diversity mapping of Norwegian gyrodactylid flatworms

 


The current Spitsbergen stock of Bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus)

- Mitochondrial genomes of Spitsbergen stock bowhead whales
- Survey for Bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) in the Fram Strait (North Atlantic)


Analyses of historical (ancient) DNA

- The mitochondrial genome of a 130 000 year old polar bear from Svalbard

- Genetic variation in Holocene bowhead whales from Svalbard
- Species identification of historical whale remains from South Georgia

- PCR diagnostics of Mycobacterium in historic human bone remains

- The taxonomic status of the Laptev walrus (Odobenus rosmarus laptevi)
- The European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis) in Sweden and climatic impact on its Holocene range

 

 

Collection based research

 

- Kinorhyncha - a poorly known and neglected animal phylum

- Mining natural history collections: Diversity mapping of Norwegian gyrodactylid flatworms

- Towards a molecular species identification of polynoid scaleworms (Polynoidae, Polychaeta) in the Norwegian deep-sea
- Barcoding the type material of the mammal collection of NHM Oslo

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