Annotation details (ID: 2131)

Experiment ID: 313

Field Description
namedietary live yeast and increased water temperature influence the gut microbiota of rainbow trout
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datamd5ac6ae316b34230ccb63f263dd67a73ca
mapmd5a2670ca1c83249c3f04c85b984301092

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
313amnonlower in gut content of fish grown in 12C compared to 18C water ( high in warm temperature habitat 18c compared to 12c cold environment in digestive system research facility oncorhynchus mykiss sweden fish rainbow trout gut content )2018-04-10v4No3
Field Description
descriptionlower in gut content of fish grown in 12C compared to 18C water
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agentcalour
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date2018-04-10
usernameamnon
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highwarm temperature habitat
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low12c
lowcold environment
alldigestive system
allresearch facility
alloncorhynchus mykiss
allsweden
allfish
allrainbow trout
allgut content

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: geographic location craniata <chordata> research facility experimental factor bilateria material anatomical entity construction anatomical entity teleostomi fish sweden cellular organisms deuterostomia salmoniformes eukaryota gut content fiat object euteleosteomorpha salmoninae actinopteri oncorhynchus opisthokonta protacanthopterygii na anatomical structure scandinavian peninsula europe neopterygii continent geographic feature anatomical system root astronomical body part eurasia anatomy basic component eumetazoa chordata gnathostomata <vertebrate> entity digestive system independent continuant metazoa vertebrata <metazoa> teleostei euteleostomi actinopterygii osteoglossocephalai clupeocephala salmonidae anthropogenic geographic feature oncorhynchus mykiss rainbow trout continuant organism organism part material entity

high: warm temperature habitat 18c na

low: environmental system system entity na cold environment continuant independent continuant material entity 12c

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