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Accession: PRJNA379607 ID: 379607

Formicidae: Myrmicinae: Attini

Dry habitats were crucibles of domestication in the evolution of agriculture in ants

The evolution of ant agriculture, as practiced by the fungus-farming “attine” ants, is thought to have arisen in the wet rainforests of South America about 55-65 Ma. More...
AccessionPRJNA379607
Data TypeRaw sequence reads
ScopeMultispecies
Grants
  • "Phylogenetic research on the origin and evolution of agriculture in ants" (Grant ID DEB-0949689, National Science Foundation)
  • "Collaborative Research: Ant Diversity of the MesoAmerican Corridor (ADMAC)" (Grant ID DEB-1354996, National Science Foundation)
  • "Unraveling the evolutionary dynamics of high symbiont diversity in the fungus-farming ant genus Apterostigma: A phylogenomic approach" (Grant ID DEB-1456964, National Science Foundation)
  • "Phylogeny and diversification of the ants, wasps and bees (Hymenoptera Aculeata) using targeted enrichment of ultra-conserved elements" (Grant ID DEB-1555905, National Science Foundation)
SubmissionRegistration date: 17-Mar-2017
University of Utah
RelevanceEvolution
Project Data:
Resource NameNumber
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Sequence data
SRA Experiments103
Other datasets
BioSample103
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases45
Data volume, Mbytes22354

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