Annotation details (ID: 4561)

Experiment ID: 582

Field Description
nameear mite infection is associated with altered microbial communities in genetically depauperate santa catalina island foxes (urocyon littoralis catalinae)
sraprjna580023
doidoi: 10.1111/mec.15325
datamd547051770d3cc90960311ccf37ce6cdaa
mapmd598717c06ce01167fcb79a782b1d25647

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
582amnondominant urocyon littoralis catalinae, santa catalina island fox, santa catalina island, united states of america, wild, urocyon littoralis, perianal skin, rectum2020-01-22v4No19
Field Description
description
typedominant
num_sequences19
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-01-22
usernameamnon
privaten
allurocyon littoralis catalinae
allsanta catalina island fox
allsanta catalina island
allunited states of america
allwild
allurocyon littoralis
allperianal skin
allrectum

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: skin of pelvis perianal skin digestive system santa catalina island vertebrata deuterostomia caniformia bilateria laurasiatheria organism part teleostomi oceans and seas skin of trunk chordata craniata geographic location pacific ocean north east pacific ocean experimental factor independent continuant carnivora pacific ocean region santa catalina island fox mammalia gnathostomata na ectoderm-derived structure sarcopterygii tetrapoda north east pacific ocean coastal waters of western mexico north pacific ocean subdivision of tube organism entity euteleostomi boreoeutheria amniota material anatomical entity urocyon canidae wild urocyon littoralis catalinae organ part zone of skin urocyon littoralis abdominal segment skin anatomical structure material entity eumetazoa gulf of california eutheria anatomical system anatomy basic component multicellular anatomical structure anatomical entity rectum root cellular organisms eukaryota continuant subdivision of digestive tract theria metazoa united states of america opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

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