Annotation details (ID: 693)

Experiment ID: 83

Field Description
nameillumina miseq phylogenetic amplicon sequencing shows a large reduction of an uncharacterised succinivibrionaceae and an increase of the methanobrevibacter gottschalkii clade in feed restricted cattle
srasrp060573
datamd57676226aed130ef7e756d8fc9fa30199
mapmd5dda6182df57ade04db6279634d15777e

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
83amnon high in diet control normal diet compared to restricted diet in bos taurus rumen holstein-friesian bull ireland 2017-03-05v4No1023
Field Description
description
typediffexp
num_sequences1023
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2017-03-05
usernameamnon
privaten
allbos taurus
allrumen
all holstein-friesian bull
allireland
highdiet
highcontrol
lowrestricted diet
highnormal diet

Annotation not flagged as potentially problematic

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

high: material property diet experimental factor treatment protocol protocol information entity dbbact root clinical treatment protocol na control normal diet role

low: dbbact root restricted diet

all: oceans and seas taxonomy root cellular organisms bovidae independent continuant dipnotetrapodomorpha tetrapoda chordata entity sarcopterygii craniata <chordata> eumetazoa mammalia northeast atlantic ocean cetartiodactyla gnathostomata <vertebrate> material entity anatomy basic component euteleostomi north atlantic ocean eukaryota atlantic ocean ireland vertebrata <metazoa> anatomical structure teleostomi continuant eutheria zone of organ experimental factor deuterostomia holstein-friesian bull anatomical entity bovinae bos pecora bilateria material anatomical entity opisthokonta metazoa geographic location atlantic ocean region dbbact root organism part british isles organism na theria <mammalia> stomach non-glandular region laurasiatheria amniota ruminantia boreoeutheria bos taurus multicellular anatomical structure zone of stomach organ part rumen

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