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Reproduction and recruitment underlie the maintenance of biological communities. For most marine organisms the ocean environment provides the potential for widespread dispersal of organisms during var... moreious life cycle stages via currents, tides and wind.
Within the Kimberley region, key biological communities have a range of reproductive modes. Understanding patterns of larval connectivity is critical to managing the exposure of biological communities to disturbances in space and time.
KSN Project 1.1.3 employed genomic tools (microsatellite DNA markers and single nucleotide polymorphisms) and microchemistry to provide the first comprehensive measurements of the distances moved by marine organisms between Kimberley reefs, and how frequently organisms move between the Kimberley and other regions (e.g. offshore shoals, the Pilbara). The research also identified potential barriers to movement. Seven organisms (two
hard corals, two seagrasses, a mollusc, two fishes) were chosen as models for exploring connectivity in the Kimberley at both fine and broad scales.
This metadata record applies to three of the seven species investigated as part of project WAMSI 2 KSN 1.1.3. The data held is Raw SNP genotype. Metadata records associated with other species and lodged by AIMS, WA Museum, Curtin University, Department of Fisheries (WA) and Edith Cowan University can be accessed via Pawsey.
WAMSI-Kim 1.1.3 Ecological connectivity - Survey - Published 25 Oct 2019
Transcriptome reads and assembly from multiple life stages of the Queensland Fruit Fly (Bactrocera tryoni).
HAL Diet medicated RNAi Sterile Insect T - - Published 28 Sep 2018
RNA Seq reads (Illumina HiSeq 2500) from the liver and gill of spotted dragonet (Repomucenus calcaratus) exposed to either control conditions of 2 mg/kg unweathered crude oil. Fish tissues were colle... morected 24 and 90 hours into exposure as well as 20 and 90 hours into recovery.less
Chevron_GAB_Phase 2 - determining monitoring targets - Published 18 Jul 2018
A collection of raw and analysed sequence resources of three ovule cell types; enlarging aposporous initial cells, early aposporous embryo sacs and somatic ovule cells in apomictic Hieracium praealtum... more. This collection was generated by the Asexual Seed Formation research team in CSIRO led by Anna Koltunow. This data collection supports the publication : Asexual female gametogenesis involves contact with a sexually-fated megaspore in apomictic Hieracium Martina Juranić, Matthew R. Tucker , Carolyn J. Schultz, Neil J. Shirley, Jennifer M. Taylor, Andrew Spriggs, Susan D. Johnson, Vincent Bulone and Anna M.G. Koltunow* Plant Physiology 2018less
OCE, PDF, KOL014-RAB018, Switching betwe - Development and Characterisation of Hieracium Genomics Resource - Published 31 May 2018
To develop tools to be better able to study toxicological response and immune suppression in Barramundi, Lates calcarfier, we described the transcriptome in the liver and head kidney following immune ... morestimulation. less
Dev immunotoxicological tools to evaluat - Transcriptome discovery - Published 28 Nov 2016
De novo assembled transcriptome was developed from leaf samples of wild-type (wt) and high oil (HO) parent (plants metabolically engineered to produce oil in leaf tissues). This was used as a referenc... moree for differential expression analysis of wt vs HO.less
Oil Content - Molecular responses underlying engineered lipid synthesis in leaf tissues - Published 17 Jun 2016
These files illumina sequencing reads representing the hepatic transcriptome of wild caught barramundi from the Daintree River (fish numbers 2-7) or the Tully River (fish numbers 97-104).
Estuarine Health Assessment - Next generation sequencing - Published 03 Sep 2015
Description of Triadica sebifera trnascripts mapped to Ricinus communis transcript sequences downloaded from Ricinus PlantGDB (http://www.plantgdb.org/RcGDB/)
CLSD EF-RP3 CDF25.1 CESRE TSOP 2013/2014 - Annotation and Taxnomic distribution of Chinese tallow (Triadica sebifera) transcriptome - Published 15 Apr 2015
Transcriptome assembly of reads generated individually from the fruit coat, tallow and seed tissues of Chinese tallow fruits harvested at stage 4 (before maturity). The un-assembled reads from individ... moreual tissues were deposited at NCBI-Short Read Archive under accession numbers SRR1653572, SRR1653574 and SRR1653576. The assembled transcripts were examined for simple sequence repeat and single nucleotide polymorphisms. Identified polymorphisms are deposited here to provide a resource for genetic development of Chinese tallow.less
CLSD EF-RP3 CDF25.1 CESRE TSOP 2013/2014 - Data mining for identification of molecular markers from de novo assembled trancriptome - Published 08 Dec 2014
Transcriptome assembly of reads generated individually from the fruit coat, tallow and seed tissues of Chinese tallow fruits harvested at stage 4 (before maturity). The un-assembled reads from individ... moreual tissues were deposited at NCBI-Short Read Archive under accession numbers SRR1653572, SRR1653574 and SRR1653576.less
CLSD EF-RP3 CDF25.1 CESRE TSOP 2013/2014 - experiment - Published 02 Dec 2014
Supplementary data for the BMC Genomics paper titled: "Identification and Characterization of Three Chemosensory Receptor Families in the Cotton Bollworm Helicoverpa armigera"
Catalytic Dissecting Adaptive Potential - Phlyogenetics analysis - Published 05 Jun 2014
RNA was extracted from 6 weeks old N. benthamiana leaves and Illumina sequencing was carried for de novo transcriptome assembling.
The assembled transcripts were annotated across various databaes. Th... moree contig sequences and the description of their annotations are made available in this collectionless
1020.2 Oil Content - MGAT1 senescence transcriptome article - Published 01 Oct 2013
Total RNA extracted from liver from 12 individuals and pooled in equal quantities. Individual RNA was from BAR 10-3 timecourse post feeding experiment. Liver RNA extracted from different times after f... moreeeding.
Pooled animals: 2 animals (T0-J and K) - not fed; 3 animals; 1hr (T60-I,J,K) and 2hrs (T120-I,J,K) after feeding (6 total); 1 animal - 4hrs (T4-I), 8hrs (T8-I), 12hrs (T12-I) and 24hrs (T24-I) after feeding
Generated thousands of unique barramundi sequences for gene discovery in fastq format. Used for de novo transcriptome assembly for barramundi liver.
Lab Notebook: LN2010/1717 p85less
CLSD Feed Tech Novel Feeds - Transcriptomics - Published 16 Aug 2013