3 Works

Primer biases in the molecular assessment of diet in multiple insectivorous mammals

Samuel Browett, Thomas Curran, Denise O'Meara, Andrew Harrington, Naiara GuimarĂ£es Sales, Rachael Antwis, David O'Neill & Allan McDevitt
Our understanding of trophic interactions of small insectivorous mammals has been drastically improved with the advent of DNA metabarcoding. The technique has continued to be optimised over the years, with primer choice repeatedly being a vital factor for dietary inferences. However, the majority of dietary studies examining the effect of primer choice often rely on in silico analyses or comparing between species that occupy an identical niche type. Here we apply DNA metabarcoding to empirically...

Policy Refinement for Traffic Management in Home Area Networks: Problem Statement

Annie Ibrahim Rana & Micheal O Foghlu

Comparison of Feature Classification Algorithm for Activity Recognition Based on Accelerometer and Heart Rate Data

Dominic Maguire & Richard Frisby

Registration Year

  • 2021

Resource Types

  • Text
  • Dataset


  • Waterford Institute of Technology
  • University of Lisbon
  • University of Salford