Annotation details (ID: 1825)

Experiment ID: 276

Field Description
namesubsistence strategies in traditional societies distinguish gut microbiomes
qiita1448
datamd56686140aef0063cbe0e59ff83b7737ac
mapmd59159c962d14309371f3b628f9d5c8bbd

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
276amnon high in united states of america city state of oklahoma compared to peru small village tunapuco rural community in feces homo sapiens adult 2018-01-22v4No168
Field Description
description
typediffexp
num_sequences168
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2018-01-22
usernameamnon
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highunited states of america
highcity
highstate of oklahoma
lowperu
lowsmall village
lowtunapuco
lowrural community
allfeces
allhomo sapiens
alladult

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

high: state of oklahoma dense settlement continent immaterial entity geographic location populated place united states of america region (contiguous united states of america) city north america contiguous united states of america entity environmental zone na west south central division continuant independent continuant site south region

low: small village south america continent peru geographic location tunapuco na rural community

all: eutheria hominidae homininae part of plant or animal craniata <chordata> experimental factor bilateria material anatomical entity material entity simiiformes anatomical entity teleostomi catarrhini mammalia amniota euarchontoglires cellular organisms deuterostomia eukaryota dipnotetrapodomorpha opisthokonta nonmeat part of animal homo sapiens part of animal adult theria <mammalia> organism substance na excreta hominoidea boreoeutheria haplorrhini root eumetazoa anatomy basic component homo tetrapoda chordata gnathostomata <vertebrate> entity metazoa independent continuant vertebrata <metazoa> developmental stage sarcopterygii euteleostomi primates process feces continuant organism organism part anatomical structure animal body or body part

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