Mr. Daniel Tineo Flores
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Mr. Daniel Tineo Flores

Plant Physiology and Biotechnology Laboratory, Research Institute for Sustainable Development of Ceja de Selva (INDES-CES), Toribio National University Rodriguez de Mendoza Amazonas (UNTRM), Peru

Highest Degree
M.Sc. in Management for Sustainable Development from Universidad Nacional Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza de Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Peru

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Agricultural Engineer with CIP code No. 240260, studies completed in the Master's Degree in Management for Sustainable Development from the Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza National University of Amazon (UNTRM). Current researcher at the Development Research Institute Sustentable de Ceja de Selva (INDES-CES), in the Molecular Biology laboratory of INDESCES. With specialization in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, knowledge in studies of genetic diversity of plants, insects and microorganisms; genomics, metagenomics, metabarcoding, elaboration and execution of extraction, purification and amplification protocols of DNA.

Area of Interest:

Agricultural Sciences
Plant Molecular Biology
Plant Biotechnology
Genetic Engineering

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Tineo, D., D.E. Bustamante, M.S. Calderon and E. Huaman, 2022. Exploring the diversity of andean berries from northern Peru based on molecular analyses. Heliyon, Vol. 8. 10.1016/j.heliyon.2022.e08839.
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  2. Tineo, D., D.E. Bustamante and M.S. Calderon, 2022. Analysis of the complete plastidial genome of the newly highland papaya Vasconcellea carvalhoae (Caricaceae) from Peru Mitochondrial DNA Part B, 7: 1882-1886.
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  3. Amos, D., V. aguilar, k. barber-scott, D.E. Bustamante and M.S. Calderon et al., 2021. Transfer of the marine red alga Erythrocystis saccata (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) to the tribe Streblocladieae inferred from organellar genome analysis. Phytotaxa, 507: 266-270.
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  4. Tineo, D., D.E. Bustamante, M.S. Calderon, J.E. Mendoza, E. Huaman and M. Oliva, 2020. An integrative approach reveals five new species of highland papayas (Caricaceae, Vasconcellea) from northern Peru. PLoS ONE, Vol. 15. 10.1371/journal.pone.0242469.
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  5. García, L., J. Veneros and D. Tineo, 2020. Severe acute respiratory syndrome (sars-cov-2): a national public health emergency and its impact on food security in peru. Sci. agropecu., 11: 241-245.
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  6. Tineo, D., K.B. Rubio, J.B. Melendez, J.E. Mendoza and J.O. Silva, 2019. Analysis of the complete organellar genomes of the economically valuable kelp Lessonia spicata (Lessoniaceae, Phaeophyceae) from Chile. Mitochondrial DNA Part B, 4: 2581-2582.
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  7. Bustamante, D.E., J.R. Hughey, J.E. Mendoza, D.Tineo and J. Perez et al., 2019. The complete mitochondrial genome of the national bird of Peru: Rupicola peruvianus (Aves, Passeriformes, Cotingidae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B, 4: 3975-3976.
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