Annotation details (ID: 5065)

Experiment ID: 642

Field Description
nametemporal, environmental, and biological drivers of the mucosal microbiome in a wild marine fish, scomber japonicus. msphere 5: e00401-20
doihttps://doi.org/10.1128/msphere.00401-20
qiita11721
sraprjeb27458
mapmd5cd24b6575dffd5a2f3b8b3f7e20409d3
datamd5dd1ddfce0413e2c81dd88966df179169

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
642amnoncommon epidermis, skin, san diego, pacific ocean, chub mackerel, scomber japonicus, fish2020-08-28v4No5
Field Description
description
typecommon
num_sequences5
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-08-28
usernameamnon
privaten
allepidermis
allskin
allsan diego
allpacific ocean
allchub mackerel
allscomber japonicus
allfish

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: state (united states of mexico) central america west indies surface structure fish deuterostomia municipality of huatusco vertebrata <metazoa> pelagiaria skin bilateria el salvador municipality of el paisnal plant anatomical entity organism part oceans and seas teleostomi chordata craniata <chordata> geographic location pacific ocean experimental factor teleostei scomber independent continuant plant structure neoteleostei mexico scomber japonicus pacific ocean region euteleosteomorpha scombrini scombridae gnathostomata <vertebrate> na acanthomorphata outer epithelium osteoglossocephalai cuban archipelago entity euteleostomi organism caribbean sea department (el salvador) state of veracruz region montanas neopterygii portion of plant tissue material anatomical entity percomorphaceae eumetazoa island of cuba cuba anatomical structure material entity actinopteri actinopterygii ctenosquamata clupeocephala eurypterygia contiguous united states of america scombriformes chub mackerel anatomy basic component anatomical entity root cellular organisms populated place, contiguous united states of america eukaryota continuant san salvador department san diego metazoa continent epidermis greater antilles north america scombrinae euacanthomorphacea opisthokonta

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