Annotation details (ID: 6248)

Experiment ID: 784

Field Description
namevegetation zonation predicts soil carbon mineralization and microbial communities in southern new england salt marshes
doihttps://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-021-00943-0
sraprjna555079
mapmd5618e81b65c394dc7a56365d776369e72
datamd54ffb4c9acfe85c4a6e8edd446bdab6cc

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
784amnondominant sporobolus alterniflorus, smooth cordgrass, spartina alterniflora, rhizosphere, long island sound, state of connecticut, depth 0-5cm, topsoil, united states of america, estuary, saline marsh2021-05-16v4No3
Field Description
description
typedominant
num_sequences3
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2021-05-16
usernameamnon
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allsporobolus alterniflorus
allsmooth cordgrass
allspartina alterniflora
allrhizosphere
alllong island sound
allstate of connecticut
alldepth 0-5cm
alltopsoil
allunited states of america
allestuary
allsaline marsh

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: geographic location estuary experimental factor ecosystem commelinids streptophytina united states of america long island sound poaceae magnoliophyta cellular organisms pacmad clade eukaryota fiat object depth 0-5cm organism northeast region liliopsida viridiplantae middle atlantic division north america na marsh sporobolinae contiguous united states of america poales continent spartina alterniflora water mass topsoil root astronomical body part immaterial entity petrosaviidae water body rhizosphere saline marsh wetland ecosystem chloridoideae zoysieae sporobolus alterniflorus environmental zone entity mesangiospermae smooth cordgrass independent continuant long island liquid astronomical body part environmental system tracheophyta new england division euphyllophyta fluid astronomical body part system state of new york state of connecticut embryophyta region (contiguous united states of america) spermatophyta body of liquid continuant sporobolus site streptophyta queens county material entity

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