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Accession: PRJNA293437 ID: 293437

Cichlidae

Replicated divergence in cichlid radiations mirrors a major vertebrate innovation

Decoupling of the upper jaw bones - jaw kinesis - is a distinctive feature of the ray-finned fishes, but it is not clear how the innovation is related to the extraordinary diversity of feeding behaviors and feeding ecology in this group. More...
AccessionPRJNA293437
Data TypeRaw sequence reads
ScopeMultispecies
Grants
  • "Suction Feeding Evolution: Functional Morphology, Biomechanics and Performance" (Grant ID IOS-0924489, National Science Foundation)
  • "Collaborative Research: Phylogenetics and Key Innovations in Labroid Fishes" (Grant ID DEB-0717009, National Science Foundation)
  • "Collaborative Research: Causes and Consequences of Exceptional Diversity in Spiny-Rayed Fishes" (Grant ID DEB-1061981, National Science Foundation)
  • "Collaborative Research: EAGER: Using ultraconserved elements (UCEs) as genomic markers to study shallow levels of evolutionary divergence" (Grant ID DEB-1242260, National Science Foundation)
SubmissionRegistration date: 20-Aug-2015
Louisiana State University
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RelevanceEvolution
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Sequence data
Nucleotide (Genomic DNA)58214
SRA Experiments56
Other datasets
BioSample56
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases18
Data volume, Mbytes8319

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