Annotation details (ID: 5069)

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 gastrointestinal system, alimentary part of gastrointestinal system, san diego, pacific ocean, chub mackerel, scomber japonicus, fish2020-08-28v4No7
Field Description
description
typecommon
num_sequences7
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-08-28
usernameamnon
privaten
allgastrointestinal system
allalimentary part of gastrointestinal system
allsan diego
allpacific ocean
allchub mackerel
allscomber japonicus
allfish

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

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

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