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OLOWATOYIN TEMITAYO OGUNDIPE
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MOHAMMAD-MONZOOR left a comment for OLOWATOYIN TEMITAYO OGUNDIPE
"Dear Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, I read now of your plan to launch a Nigerian Center for DNA barcoding at the 4th DNA barcoding Conference at Australia and visited the website you established in that name. Having gone through the pages, I find you are…"
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OLOWATOYIN TEMITAYO OGUNDIPE commented on OLOWATOYIN TEMITAYO OGUNDIPE's blog post 'NIGERIAN CENTRE FOR DNA BARCODING'
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Nov 12, 2011
OLOWATOYIN TEMITAYO OGUNDIPE posted a blog post

NIGERIAN CENTRE FOR DNA BARCODING

MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS LABORATORY, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, LAGOS, NIGERIA LAUNCHES THE FIRST CENTRE FOR DNA BARCODING IN NIGERIA AND WEST AFRICA. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE FORMAL PRESENTATION AT THE AUSTRALIA CONFERENCESee More
Nov 9, 2011
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Oct 22, 2011
OLOWATOYIN TEMITAYO OGUNDIPE replied to Michelle Hamer's discussion 'Participate in the Triangle Barcoding Partnerships for Africa initiative' in the group SA-IBOL and the Triangle Barcoding Partnerships for Africa
"This is very interesting. Molecular Systematic Laboratory, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria would like to join this group."
Oct 20, 2011
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SA-IBOL and the Triangle Barcoding Partnerships for Africa

iBOL and CBOL are launching an initiative to create operational barcoding labs in institutions in Africa. The SA-iBOL node invites participation in discussions on this initiative from anyone interested in promoting barcoding in southern Africa.
Oct 20, 2011
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Oct 14, 2011
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Oct 13, 2011

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Institution/Organization
University of Lagos
Title/Position
Researcher/Faculty member
Website
http://www.ndbc.com
I’m involved in, or am interested in the following barcoding initiatives
TreeBOL, DNA Barcoding Initiative for Conservation, Plant Working Group
I’m involved in or interested in the following iBOL Working Groups
WG1.2 Land Plants, WG1.3 Fungi, WG2.4 Paleobarcoding, WG4.1 Environmental Barcoding
Keywords about my barcoding projects (separate each choice with a comma)
Arid plants
I’m involved in the following aspects of barcoding:
Fieldwork/specimen collecting, Labwork/generating barcode sequences, Management of barcode data, Analysis of barcode data, Using barcode data in taxonomy/systematic biology, Organizing/managing barcoding projects
Current Project(s)
Barcode of Nigerian Arid Plants, medicinal plants, cosmetic plants, endangered plants

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NIGERIAN CENTRE FOR DNA BARCODING

Posted on November 9, 2011 at 2:43am 1 Comment

MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS LABORATORY, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, LAGOS, NIGERIA LAUNCHES THE FIRST CENTRE FOR DNA BARCODING IN NIGERIA AND WEST AFRICA. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE FORMAL PRESENTATION AT THE AUSTRALIA CONFERENCE

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At 2:56am on December 1, 2011, MOHAMMAD-MONZOOR said…

Dear Oluwatoyin Ogundipe,

I read now of your plan to launch a Nigerian Center for DNA barcoding at the 4th DNA barcoding Conference at Australia and visited the website you established in that name. Having gone through the pages, I find you are the singular resource person advertised though area of focus range from trees, arid plants,crabs,fish..to honey.

Forgive me to advise that a more comprehensive work of collaborating with all people on the mentioned fields and relevant laboratories would do the Nigerian image help. Leadership does not presume, service undertakes with sensitivity but success demands a little hubris but lots of hard-work.

You'll do better to come home first, find the real people on the field, collaborate with workers, enthusiasts and partners before siezing an international launch of whatever-Nigerian

 
 
 

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