Sample: MMETSP0918


Sample Name MMETSP0918 
Sample Type eukaryotes
Project Marine Microbial Eukaryote Transcriptome Sequencing Project (MMETSP)
Investigators (1)
URL N/A
Description

Skeletonema marinoi skelA

Sample Accession CAM_SMPL_002769
Assembly  
Combined Assembly Skeletonema-marinoi-SkelA
Taxon ID 267567

Ph 7.9  
Phosphate 36.2  
Nitrate 882  
Silicate 106  
Axenic No  
Experimental salinity 36  
Environmental salinity 31.38  

Longhurst province NWCS  

Growth medium f/2 amended Sargasso seawater  
Modifications to growth medium f/2 for all nutrients  

NCBI SRA SRS621497  

Habitat name marine habitat  
Envo term for habitat primary term Acquatic: marine  
Envo term for habitat secondary term Not Applicable  
Habitat marine habitat  
Habitat description estuary  

Site name Atlantic_Ocean  
Latitude 41.57361  
Longitude -71.40861  
Site description Narragansett Bay Long Term Plankton Times Series Station  
Country UNITED STATES  
Country US  
Depth 0.5  
Sample collection site Atlantic_Ocean  
Other collection site info Narragansett Bay Long Term Plankton Times Series Station  

Project id 104  
Collection start time 2010-11-22 10:00:00.0  
Collection stop time 2010-11-22 10:00:00.0  
Clonal 1  
Collection date 22-NOV-10  
Date of experiment 22-OCT-11  
External sample id SkelA-replete  
Investigation type EU  
Principle investigator Tatiana Rynearson  
Additional citations Borkman, D. G. and T. Smayda (2009). "Multidecadal (1959-1997) changes in Skeletonema abundance and seasonal bloom patterns in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, USA." Journal of Sea Research 61(1-2): 84-94; Kooistra, W. H. C. F., D. Sarno, S. Balzano, H. G  
Additional citations Borkman, D. G. and T. Smayda (2009). "Multidecadal (1959-1997) changes in Skeletonema abundance and seasonal bloom patterns in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, USA." Journal of Sea Research 61(1-2): 84-94; Kooistra, W. H. C. F., D. Sarno, S. Balzano, H. Gu  
Primary citation Sarno, D., W. H. C. Kooistra, L. K. Medlin, I. Percopo, and A. Zingone. 2005. Diversity in the genus Skeletonema (Bacillariophyceae). II. An assessment of the taxonomy of S. costatum-like species with the description of four new species. J Phycol 41:151-  
Primary citation Sarno, D., W. H. C. Kooistra, L. K. Medlin, I. Percopo, and A. Zingone. 2005. Diversity in the genus Skeletonema (Bacillariophyceae). II. An assessment of the taxonomy of S. costatum-like species with the description of four new species. J Phycol 41:151-1  
Collection time 10:00 AM  
Other experimental metadata available axenic  

GenBank BioSample 2740357  
Fastq file /iplant/home/shared/imicrobe/projects/104/transcriptomes/MMETSP091/MMETSP0918.fastq.tar  

Day portion of day night cycle in hours 12  
Light 180  
Experimental temperature 14  
Night portion of day night cycle in hours 12  
Environmental temperature 6.1  

Library acc CAM_LIB_001535  
Sequencing method Illumina  
Dna type cDNA  
Assembly accession number CAM_ASM_000587  
Combined assembly name Skeletonema-marinoi-SkelA  
Pcr amp No  

Source mat id (MMETSP0918) Skeletonema marinoi - Seawater  
Source mat id 3244  
Source mat id CAM_BM_002789  
Source mat id CAM_SMPL_002769  
Sample type eukaryotes  
Sample description Skeletonema marinoi skelA  
Sample name MMETSP0918  
Taxon id 267567  
Sample material Seawater  

Strain skelA  
Genus Skeletonema  
Species marinoi  
Family Skeletonemaceae  
Superkingdom Eukaryota  
Class Coscinodiscophyceae  
Phylum Bacillariophyta  

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