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Rotundone soil amplicon sequence data

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Rotundone soil amplicon sequence data


Supporting 16S and ITS Illumina MiSeq data for the paper "Vineyard soil microbiome composition related to rotundone concentration in Australian cool climate ‘peppery’ Shiraz grapes" by Vadakattu et al.


Oenology and Viticulture


https://doi.org/10.25919/5c73199923fb1


2017


2017


Gupta Vadakattu
Gupta.Vadakattu@csiro.au

16S ITS soil microbioms rotundone shiraz viticulture


16S and ITS marker gene regions were selected and amplified using PCR, and the resulting DNA was then sequenced by AGRF on an Illumina MiSeq system. Details of the methods can be found in the paper.


The work was funded jointly by CSIRO, the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) and by Australia’s grape growers and winemakers through their investment body, Wine Australia, with matching funds from the Australian Government.


CSIRO Data Licence


CSIRO (Australia), Wine Australia (Australia)


Vadakattu, Gupta; Greenfield, Paul (2019): Rotundone soil amplicon sequence data. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5c73199923fb1


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2019.


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Location Details

37°0′0″ S


143°0′0″ E


WGS84


About this Project

AWRI: Rotundone


16S and ITS amplicon reads from vineyard soils in the Victorian Grampians. Some of the samples are associated with vines showing high levels of the desirable peppery 'rotundone' character in their berries and wine. The analysis of the soil microbial communities derived from these samples is included in the paper by Vadakattu et al.


Rob Bramley





Gupta Vadakattu


Paul Greenfield