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Schmidtea polychroa

Taxonomy ID: 50054 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid50054)
current name
Schmidtea polychroa
homotypic synonym:
Dugesia polychroa
NCBI BLAST name: flatworms
Rank: species
Genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard)
Mitochondrial genetic code: Translation table 9 (Echinoderm Mitochondrial; Flatworm Mitochondrial)
Lineage( full )
cellular organisms; Eukaryota; Opisthokonta; Metazoa; Eumetazoa; Bilateria; Protostomia; Spiralia; Lophotrochozoa; Platyhelminthes; Rhabditophora; Seriata; Tricladida; Continenticola; Geoplanoidea; Dugesiidae; Schmidtea
   Entrez records   
Database name Direct links
Nucleotide 15,313
Protein 147
Popset 4
GEO Datasets 135
PubMed Central 67
SRA Experiments 161
Identical Protein Groups 74
BioProject 4
BioSample 160
Assembly 1
Taxonomy 1

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External Information Resources (NCBI LinkOut)

LinkOut Subject LinkOut Provider
Dugesia polychroa O. Schmidt taxonomy/phylogenetic Encyclopedia of life
Dugesia polychroa O. Schmidt taxonomy/phylogenetic Integrated Taxonomic Information System
2 records from this provider taxonomy/phylogenetic Ocean Biogeographic Information System
plazi taxonomy/phylogenetic Plazi
WebScipio: Schmidtea polychroa organism-specific WebScipio - eukaryotic gene identification
2 records from this provider taxonomy/phylogenetic World Register of Marine Species
diArk: Schmidtea polychroa organism-specific diArk - a resource for eukaryotic genome research
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Information from sequence entries

Organism modifiers

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biotype
diploid [25 1 25] tetraploid [15 1 15] triploid [42 1 42]
isolate
DUGESI04 [1 1] DUGESI05 [1 1] DUGESI06 [1 1] DUGESI07 [1 1]
DUGPOL01 [1 1] DUGPOL02 [1 1] DUGPOL03 [1 1] Sp2co1hp01p01 [1 1 1]
Sp2co1hp01p02 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp01p03 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp01p04 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp01p12 [1 1 1]
Sp2co1hp02p16 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp02p17 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp03p03 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp03p05 [1 1 1]
Sp2co1hp03p06 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp03p28 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp07p01 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp09p38 [1 1 1]
Sp2co1hp09p40 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp10p05 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp11p05 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp14p06 [1 1 1]
Sp2co1hp15p01 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp16p03 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp18p15 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp22p02 [1 1 1]
Sp2co1hp23p14 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp28p05 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp29p03 [1 1 1] Sp2co1hp31p44 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp01p01 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p03 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p06 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p08 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp03p09 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p10 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p18 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p19 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp03p21 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p23 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p24 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p25 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp03p32 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p33 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp03p43 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp04p24 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp04p26 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp05p10 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp06p01 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp06p07 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp06p08 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp06p10 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp06p11 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp07p01 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp08p18 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp08p21 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp08p27 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp08p33 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp08p35 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp12p27 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp13p27 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp14p01 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp14p06 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp17p07 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp17p18 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp20p29 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp21p26 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp21p27 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp25p08 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp26p11 [1 1 1]
Sp3co1hp27p30 [1 1 1] Sp3co1hp30p34 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp03p06 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp03p08 [1 1 1]
Sp4co1hp03p21 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp03p32 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp03p33 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp04p24 [1 1 1]
Sp4co1hp06p01 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp06p12 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp07p01 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp14p06 [1 1 1]
Sp4co1hp17p07 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp19p13 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp19p14 [1 1 1] Sp4co1hp19p15 [1 1 1]
Sp4co1hp24p22 [1 1 1] Spo11.2 [2 2] Spo16.1 [2 2]


Disclaimer: The NCBI taxonomy database is not an authoritative source for nomenclature or classification - please consult the relevant scientific literature for the most reliable information.

Reference: How to cite this resource - Schoch CL, et al. NCBI Taxonomy: a comprehensive update on curation, resources and tools. Database (Oxford). 2020: baaa062. PubMed: 32761142 PMC: PMC7408187.


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