Genome Browser: Acropora digitifera ver.
Corals inhabit environments where they are frequently exposed to high levels of solar radiation, and analysis of the Acropora genome data indicates that the coral host can independently carry out de novo synthesis of mycosporine-like amino acids, which are potent ultraviolet-protective compounds.
Full name, Acropora digitifera (stony coral). Definition Title, Using the Acropora digitifera genome to understand coral responses to environmental change.
NCBI Acropora digitifera Annotation Release The RefSeq genome records for Acropora digitifera were annotated by the NCBI Eukaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline, an automated pipeline that annotates genes, transcripts and proteins on draft and finished genome assemblies. Gene and feature statistics - Alignment of the annotated.
The coral Acropora digitifera and an early occurrence of corals on Earth. a, The colony the genome of which was sequenced in the present. genome of Acropora digitifera using next-generation sequencing high levels of solar radiation, and analysis of the Acropora genome. Genome sequencing of the coral. Acropora digitifera. Chuya Shinzato. Marine Genomics Unit,. Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology. Graduate.
The A. digitifera genome browser is accessible at The proportion of similarity of Acropora digitifera gene.
Analysis of the entire Acropora digitifera genomic nucleotide sequence revealed ten FP-like genes, but nine of these were truncated compared.
Abstract: We decoded the genome of a coral, Acropora digitifera. I will briefly introduce the genome and show some preliminary results of comparative genomics.
A scleractinian coral species, Acropora digitifera, was used in the present study. This species is also an important model species because their genome has.
Here we compare predicted toxins from the translated genome of the coral Acropora digitifera to putative toxins revealed by proteomic analysis.
26 Jul - 48 sec - Uploaded by 沖縄科学技術大学院大学 In the world's first successful decoding of the coral Acropora digitifera genome by the OIST.
To understand better the molecular mechanisms underlying coral biology, here we decoded the approximately megabase genome of Acropora digitifera.
We examined how many genes encoding fluorescent proteins are present in the recently sequenced genome of the coral Acropora digitifera. Environmental Change, Stylophora pistillata, Acropora digitifera . genome of Acropora digitifera indeed reflects general coral-specific traits. KEGG pathway maps. Metabolism. Global and overview maps. Metabolic pathways Carbon metabolism 2-Oxocarboxylic acid metabolism.
1, DRP · DRA, The draft genome of Acropora digitifera as a platform for understanding the responses of corals to environmental change, Whole. The genome of Acropora digitifera was fully sequenced earlier this year, and we are starting to better understand corals on the molecular level. Information on the source of the Acropora digitifera v genome. Including taxonomy, download date and location.
Comparative analysis of the genomes of Stylophora pistillata and Acropora digitifera provides evidence for extensive differences between species of corals. First, we report 30 SOMPs of a scleractinian coral, Acropora digitifera, for which whole genomic and comprehensive transcriptome sequences. Until now, the only complex coral genome available has been for the complex coral Acropora digitifera. An international team, led by Christian.
LETTER doi/nature Using the Acropora digitifera genome to understand coral responses to environmental change Chuya Shinzato1*, Eiichi.
Because Acropora embryos undergo pharynx formation after the blastopore . Using the Acropora digitifera genome to understand coral. , Authors: Jurka,J. Title: DNA transposons from the Acropora digitifera genome. Journal: Repbase Reports 12(9), (). Abstract. Abstract: Genome sequences of the reef-building coral, Acropora digitifera, have been decoded. Acropora inhabits an environment with intense.
orthology-based annotation of the predicted proteome of Acropora digitifera: ZoophyteBase - an open access and searchable database of a coral genome.
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