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Accession: PRJNA228945 ID: 228945

soil metagenome

Characterization of Growing Bacterial Populations in McMurdo Dry Valley (Antarctica) Soils through Stable Isotope Probing with 18O-water

Stable isotope probing of soil bacterial DNA with 18O labeled water was performed to identify which bacterial populations are active by sequencing 16S rRNA gene sequences from heavy and light fractions of soil DNA.
AccessionPRJNA228945
Data TypeTargeted Locus (Loci)
ScopeEnvironment
Organismsoil metagenome[Taxonomy ID: 410658]
unclassified sequences; metagenomes; ecological metagenomes; soil metagenome
Grants
  • "Collaborative Research: The Role of Snow Patches on the Spatial Distribution of Soil Microbial Communities and Biogeochemical Cycling in the Antarctic Dry Valleys" (Grant ID OPP0838879, National Science Foundation)
  • "Increased Connectivity in a Polar Desert Resulting from Climate Warming: McMurdo Dry Valley LTER Program" (Grant ID OPP1115245, National Science Foundation)
  • "Collaborative Research: An Integrated Ecological Investigation of McMurdo Dry Valley's Active Soil Microbial Communities" (Grant ID OPP1142096, National Science Foundation)
  • "Collaborative Research: An Integrated Ecological Investigation of McMurdo Dry Valley's Active Soil Microbial Communities" (Grant ID OPP1142102, National Science Foundation)
SubmissionRegistration date: 16-Nov-2013
University of New Mexico
RelevanceEnvironmental
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Sequence data
SRA Experiments20
Other datasets
BioSample20
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Mbases34
Data volume, Mbytes80

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