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Bayer, Kristina; Busch, Kathrin; Kenchington, Ellen L; Beazley, Lindsay; Franzenburg, Sören; Michels, Jan; Hentschel, Ute; Slaby, Beate M (2020): Metadata and NCBI-Accession numbers of Vazella pourtalesii metagenomes from the Scotian Shelf (Canada) in summer 2017. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.917599

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Abstract:
Until now few studies have explored the microbiomes of glass sponges (Hexactinellida). Vazella pourtalesii forms globally unique, monospecific sponge grounds under low-oxygen conditions on the Scotian Shelf. Using metagenomic binning we performed detailed analyses of the metabolic functional capacities of four V. pourtalesii-associated microbial taxa (SAR324, Patescibacteria, Nanoarchaeota, and Crenarchaeota).
Keyword(s):
glass sponge; Hexactinellida; metagenomic binning; microbial metabolism; microbiome; Porifera; symbiosis
Supplement to:
Bayer, Kristina; Busch, Kathrin; Kenchington, Ellen L; Beazley, Lindsay; Franzenburg, Sören; Michels, Jan; Hentschel, Ute; Slaby, Beate M (2020): Microbial Strategies for Survival in the Glass Sponge Vazella pourtalesii. mSystems, 5(4), https://doi.org/10.1128/mSystems.00473-20
Related to:
Busch, Kathrin; Beazley, Lindsay; Kenchington, Ellen L; Whoriskey, Frederick; Slaby, Beate M; Hentschel, Ute (2020): Metadata and NCBI-Accession numbers of 16S data for seawater, sediment, biofilm, and Vazella pourtalesii sponges from the Scotian Shelf (Canada) in summer 2016 and 2017. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.913907
Coverage:
Median Latitude: 43.936575 * Median Longitude: -63.124117 * South-bound Latitude: 43.894200 * West-bound Longitude: -63.204200 * North-bound Latitude: 43.998300 * East-bound Longitude: -63.076000
Date/Time Start: 2017-09-03T10:02:46 * Date/Time End: 2017-09-05T22:26:53
Minimum DEPTH, water: 161 m * Maximum DEPTH, water: 183 m
Event(s):
MLB2017001_006 (ROPOS 2030) * Latitude Start: 43.894200 * Longitude Start: -63.075500 * Latitude End: 43.894200 * Longitude End: -63.076600 * Date/Time Start: 2017-09-03T15:22:00 * Date/Time End: 2017-09-03T17:27:00 * Elevation Start: -161.1 m * Elevation End: -160.6 m * Location: North Atlantic Ocean * Campaign: MLB2017001 * Basis: Martha L. Black * Method/Device: Remote operated platform for oceanography (ROPOS) * Comment: ROPOS 2030
MLB2017001_015 (OTNMoor_275) * Latitude: 43.998300 * Longitude: -63.183000 * Date/Time: 2017-09-05T20:42:00 * Elevation: -176.1 m * Location: North Atlantic Ocean * Campaign: MLB2017001 * Basis: Martha L. Black * Method/Device: Mooring (MOOR) * Comment: OTN Recovery
MLB2017001_017 (OTNMoor_275) * Latitude: 43.992300 * Longitude: -63.204200 * Date/Time: 2017-09-05T22:26:00 * Elevation: -183.1 m * Location: North Atlantic Ocean * Campaign: MLB2017001 * Basis: Martha L. Black * Method/Device: CTD/Rosette (CTD-RO) * Comment: CTD & Niskin near Mooring
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1Event labelEventBusch, Kathrin
2Station labelStationBusch, Kathrin
3DATE/TIMEDate/TimeBusch, KathrinGeocode
4LATITUDELatitudeBusch, KathrinGeocode
5LONGITUDELongitudeBusch, KathrinGeocode
6Device typeDeviceBusch, Kathrin
7Sample code/labelSample labelBusch, Kathrin
8Sample typeSamp typeBusch, Kathrin
9Sample commentSample commentBusch, Kathringroup
10IdentificationIDBusch, Kathrin
11Accession number, geneticsAccess no genBusch, KathrinNCBI Accession number 16S
12Accession number, geneticsAccess no genBusch, KathrinNCBI Accession number metagenome
13Analytical methodMethodBusch, KathrinLight Microscopy (semi-thin sections)
14Analytical methodMethodBusch, KathrinTEM (ultra-thin sections)
15Analytical methodMethodBusch, KathrinSEM
16Area/localityAreaBusch, Kathrin
17DEPTH, waterDepth watermBusch, KathrinGeocode
18CampaignCampaignBusch, Kathrin
19Well-known textWKTBusch, Kathrin
Size:
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