Annotation details (ID: 6452)

Experiment ID: 801

Field Description
namethe effects of soil depth on the structure of microbial communities in agricultural soils in iowa (united states)
doihttps://doi.org/10.1128/aem.02673-20
sraprjna638682
mapmd52c889911998016e1f6fd9488287ce917
datamd5112fa2ed6018a35f660e5978f9ba285d

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
801sheryoDominant at depth 60-90cm in corn and soybean agriculture fields, Iowa USA (dominant depth 60-90cm, ph 7.9, subsurface drainage, glycine max, kelley, nicollet soil series, des moines, united states, agricultural field, iowa, zea mays, soil)2021-06-16v4No4
Field Description
descriptionDominant at depth 60-90cm in corn and soybean agriculture fields, Iowa USA
typedominant
num_sequences4
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2021-06-16
usernamesheryo
privaten
alldepth 60-90cm
allph 7.9
allsubsurface drainage
allglycine max
allkelley
allnicollet soil series
alldes moines
allunited states
allagricultural field
alliowa
allzea mays
allsoil

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: country npaaa clade andropogonodae glycine iowa geographic location experimental factor tripsacinae commelinids streptophytina indigoferoid/millettioid clade poaceae pentapetalae ph 7.9 magnoliophyta nicollet soil series cellular organisms pacmad clade eudicotyledons des moines eukaryota fiat object subsurface drainage liliopsida depth 60-90cm viridiplantae north america agricultural field panicoideae united states na contiguous united states of america poales continent petrosaviidae root soil astronomical body part field populated place, contiguous united states of america entity mesangiospermae phaseoleae glycine max independent continuant soja zea mays kelley tracheophyta 50 kb inversion clade organization andropogoneae zea environmental material euphyllophyta fabales rosids papilionoideae embryophyta gunneridae spermatophyta fabaceae fabids continuant organism streptophyta material entity

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