Annotation details (ID: 2192)

Experiment ID: 322

Field Description
nameearly-life diet affects host microbiota and later-life defenses against parasites in frogs
sra prjna383840
datamd507e50180e924666457efc71a34956da8
mapmd5442f8821479d869982c837bba707e8b1

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
322amnon high in adult compared to tadpole in frog osteopilus septentrionalis united states of america state of florida research facility digestive system 2018-04-23v4No163
Field Description
description
typediffexp
num_sequences163
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2018-04-23
usernameamnon
privaten
allfrog
allosteopilus septentrionalis
allunited states of america
allstate of florida
allresearch facility
alldigestive system
highadult
lowtadpole

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: digestive system deuterostomia vertebrata north america state of florida bilateria neobatrachia organism part teleostomi amphibia chordata craniata geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature fiat object experimental factor independent continuant gnathostomata osteopilus septentrionalis na sarcopterygii tetrapoda hylinae entity euteleostomi organism geographic feature frog material anatomical entity research facility eumetazoa astronomical body part anatomical structure material entity hyloidea south atlantic division osteopilus region (contiguous united states of america) anatomical system contiguous united states of america anatomy basic component anatomical entity root construction cellular organisms hylidae batrachia lophiohylini eukaryota continuant south region anura continent metazoa united states of america opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

high: experimental factor developmental stage process adult

low: multicellular anatomical structure material anatomical entity continuant larva tadpole organism part anatomical structure material entity entity experimental factor anatomy basic component anatomical entity independent continuant multicellular organism

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