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Accession: PRJNA304409 ID: 304409

Oscine passerines

Tectonic collision and uplift of Wallacea triggered the global songbird radiation

Songbirds (oscine passerines) are the most species rich and cosmopolitan bird group, comprising almost half of global avian species diversity. More...
AccessionPRJNA304409
Data TypeRaw sequence reads
ScopeMultispecies
PublicationsMoyle RG et al., "Tectonic collision and uplift of Wallacea triggered the global songbird radiation.", Nat Commun, 2016 Aug 30;7:12709
Grants
  • "Dimensions: Collaborative Research: Historical and contemporary influences on elevational distributions and biodiversity tested in tropical Asia" (Grant ID DEB 1241181, National Science Foundation)
  • "COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Systematics of a pantropical diversification: the suboscine passerine birds" (Grant ID DEB 1146345, National Science Foundation)
  • "MRI: Acquisition of Computing Equipment for Supporting Data-Intensive Bioinformatics Research at the University of Kansas" (Grant ID CNS 1337899, National Science Foundation)
  • "Genetics and Model Organisms Core B" (Grant ID P20 GM103638, NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences)
SubmissionRegistration date: 30-Nov-2015
Louisiana State University
RelevanceEvolution
Project Data:
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Sequence data
Nucleotide106
SRA Experiments106
Publications
PubMed1
PMC1
Other datasets
BioSample106
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases53
Data volume, Mbytes23569

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