Annotation details (ID: 5103)

Experiment ID: 645

Field Description
namecalifornia condor microbiomes: bacterial variety and functional properties in captivebred individuals
doihttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0225858
sraprjna297579
mapmd58f12a4e6f072d8e21f7712dd36d0bbfd
datamd55770271f75f73d4bfcde54a18309b9b9

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
645amnon high in feces compared to cloaca in state of idaho captive california condor gymnogyps californianus bird 2020-09-03v4No8
Field Description
description
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date2020-09-03
usernameamnon
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highfeces
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

low: material anatomical entity experimental factor continuant cloaca na organ part organism part material entity anatomical structure entity subdivision of tube multicellular anatomical structure anatomy basic component anatomical entity independent continuant

high: organism substance material anatomical entity part of animal continuant part of plant or animal na anatomical entity nonmeat part of animal organism part material entity anatomical structure excreta entity animal body or body part experimental factor anatomy basic component feces independent continuant

all: sauropsida deuterostomia vertebrata <metazoa> gymnogyps californianus bilateria teleostomi ciconiiformes chordata coelurosauria geographic location craniata <chordata> experimental factor california condor independent continuant saurischia gnathostomata <vertebrate> archosauria na sarcopterygii tetrapoda entity euteleostomi organism neognathae aves amniota eumetazoa material entity theropoda dinosauria region (contiguous united states of america) state of idaho contiguous united states of america sauria bird archelosauria cellular organisms west region root eukaryota continuant gymnogyps captive metazoa continent cathartidae north america mountain division opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

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