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1.

The functional diversity of stream microbes on mountainsides across Eurasia based on Geochip 4.0

(Submitter supplied) Understanding the biogeographical patterns and underlying drivers of microbial functional diversity is essential for anticipating climate change impacts on ecosystem functioning worldwide. However, this matter remains scarcely addressed in freshwater ecosystems. Using the high-throughput gene array GeoChip 4.0, we show that functional gene alpha diversity and compositon differ across mountains, alpha diversity declines towards high elevations and compositional turnover increases with larger elevational distances. more...
Organism:
Fungi; biofilm metagenome; Bacteria; Archaea
Type:
Other
Platform:
GPL26346
52 Samples
Download data: TXT
Series
Accession:
GSE128826
ID:
200128826
2.

Microbial communities of vineyard BRO11-BRO12 soils (GeoChip)

(Submitter supplied) In this work, we used a functional gene microarray approach (GeoChip) to assess the soil microbial community functional potential related to the different wine quality. In order to minimize the soil variability, this work was conducted at a “within-vineyard” scale, comparing two similar soils (BRO11 and BRO12) previously identified with respect to pedological and hydrological properties within a single vineyard in Central Tuscany and that yielded highly contrasting wine quality upon cultivation of the same Sangiovese cultivar
Organism:
Fungi; Bacteria; Viruses; soil metagenome; Archaea
Type:
Genome variation profiling by array
Platform:
GPL28213
6 Samples
Download data: TXT
Series
Accession:
GSE146289
ID:
200146289
3.

Artificial reforestation has less diverse soil nitrogen-cycling genes than natural restoration

(Submitter supplied) Reforestation is effective in restoring ecosystem functions and enhancing ecosystem services of degraded land. The three most commonly employed reforestation methods of natural reforestation, artificial reforestation with native Masson pine (Pinus massoniana Lamb.), and introduced slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm.) plantations were equally successful in biomass yield in southern China. However, it is not known if soil ecosystem functions, such as nitrogen (N) cycling, are also successfully restored. more...
Organism:
Bacteria; Viruses; Archaea; Fungi
Type:
Genome variation profiling by array
Platform:
GPL23836
42 Samples
Download data: XLSX
Series
Accession:
GSE100379
ID:
200100379
4.

GeoChip data from fungal community in Alaskan tundra soil

(Submitter supplied) The effects of two years' winter warming on the overall fungal functional gene structure in Alaskan tundra soil were studies by the GeoChip 4.2 Resuts showed that two years' winter warming changed the overall fungal functional gene structure in Alaskan tundra soil.
Organism:
soil metagenome; Fungi
Type:
Genome variation profiling by array
Platform:
GPL26258
12 Samples
Download data: XLSX
Series
Accession:
GSE127899
ID:
200127899
5.

Annual Removal of Aboveground Plant Biomass Alters Soil Microbial Responses to Warming

(Submitter supplied) Clipping (i.e., harvesting aboveground plant biomass) is common in agriculture and for bioenergy production. However, microbial responses to clipping in the context of climate warming are poorly understood. We investigated the interactive effects of grassland warming and clipping on soil properties, plant and microbial communities, in particular microbial functional genes. Clipping alone did not change the plant biomass production, but warming and clipping combined increased the C4 peak biomass by 47% and belowground net primary production by 110%. more...
Organism:
Fungi; Viruses; Bacteria; Archaea
Type:
Genome variation profiling by array
Platform:
GPL22401
24 Samples
Download data: TXT
Series
Accession:
GSE86527
ID:
200086527
6.

An Emerging Threat to Honey Bees from the Parasitic Phorid Fly Apocephalus borealis

(Submitter supplied) Pathogen detection microarrays analyzing honeybee samples taken after parasitization with a predatory fly, oligos correspond to specific pathogens or pathogen families of viruses, bacteria, fungi, protists, and other parasites Samples were analyzed with the E-Predict analysis package.
Organism:
Apis mellifera; unclassified viruses; unidentified baculovirus; Ascovirus; Fungi; Birnaviridae; Black beetle virus; unidentified entomopoxvirus; Iridovirus; Ambidensovirus; Cypovirus; Luteovirus; Betabaculovirus; Gammabaculovirus
Type:
Expression profiling by array
Platform:
GPL11490
16 Samples
Download data: GPR
Series
Accession:
GSE29749
ID:
200029749
7.

Temporal Analysis of the Honey Bee Microbiome Reveals Four Novel Viruses and Seasonal Prevalence of Known Viruses, Nosema, and Crithidia

(Submitter supplied) Pathogen detection microarrays analyzing honeybee samples taken from the same hives over the course of a year, oligos correspond to specific pathogens or pathogen families of viruses, bacteria, fungi, protists, and other parasites Samples were analyzed with the E-Predict analysis package
Organism:
Fungi; unidentified entomopoxvirus; Iridovirus; Ambidensovirus; Cypovirus; Luteovirus; Betabaculovirus; Gammabaculovirus; Birnaviridae; unidentified baculovirus; Ascovirus; Apis mellifera; Black beetle virus; unclassified viruses
Type:
Other
Platform:
GPL11490
363 Samples
Download data: GPR
Series
Accession:
GSE28235
ID:
200028235
8.

GeoChip 3.0

(Submitter supplied) http://ieg.ou.edu/protocol.htm
Organism:
Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi; Viruses
Download data
Platform
Accession:
GPL23615
ID:
100023615
9.

Geochip 4.0

(Submitter supplied) http://ieg.ou.edu/
Organism:
Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi
1 Series
52 Samples
Download data
Platform
Accession:
GPL26346
ID:
100026346
10.

GeoChip 3.0 [Probe-level version]

(Submitter supplied) http://ou.edu/ieg
Organism:
Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi; Viruses
1 Series
6 Samples
Download data
Platform
Accession:
GPL28213
ID:
100028213
11.

GeoChip 3.0 [Probe-level version]

(Submitter supplied) ou.edu/ieg
Organism:
Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi; Viruses
1 Series
42 Samples
Download data
Platform
Accession:
GPL23836
ID:
100023836
12.

NimbleGen GeoChip v.4.2

(Submitter supplied) see manufacturer's web site www.nimblegen.com
Organism:
Fungi
1 Series
12 Samples
Download data
Platform
Accession:
GPL26258
ID:
100026258
13.

GeoChip 3.0 [2016]

(Submitter supplied) ou.edu/ieg
Organism:
Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi; Viruses
1 Series
24 Samples
Download data
Platform
Accession:
GPL22401
ID:
100022401
14.

Arthropod Pathogen Microarray 1.5K v 1.0

(Submitter supplied) Oligos (Invitrogen) were suspended at 40 pmol/uL in 3x SSC and spotted on poly-L-lysine treated slides (Thermo) with silicon pins (~1 pL per spot). Arrays were allowed to air-dry. Post-processing: UV crosslinking followed by SSC/SDS shampoo wash and methylpyrrolidone wash.
Organism:
Fungi; unidentified entomopoxvirus; unidentified baculovirus; Iridovirus; Ambidensovirus; Cypovirus; Birnaviridae; Luteovirus; Black beetle virus; unclassified viruses; Ascovirus; Betabaculovirus; Gammabaculovirus
2 Series
379 Samples
Download data
Platform
Accession:
GPL11490
ID:
100011490
15.

Naturally restored secondary forests_rep7 [NRSF7]

Organism:
Bacteria; Viruses; Archaea; Fungi
Source name:
Naturally restored secondary forests
Platform:
GPL23836
Series:
GSE100379
Download data: XLSX
Sample
Accession:
GSM2719415
ID:
302719415
16.

Naturally restored secondary forests_rep2 [NRSF2]

Organism:
Archaea; Fungi; Bacteria; Viruses
Source name:
Naturally restored secondary forests
Platform:
GPL23836
Series:
GSE100379
Download data: XLSX
Sample
Accession:
GSM2719414
ID:
302719414
17.

Artificial restored Masson pine plantations_rep1 [ARMP1]

Organism:
Viruses; Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi
Source name:
Artificially restored Masson pine plantations
Platform:
GPL23836
Series:
GSE100379
Download data: XLSX
Sample
Accession:
GSM2719413
ID:
302719413
18.

Naturally restored secondary forests_rep11

Organism:
Viruses; Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi
Source name:
Naturally restored secondary forests
Platform:
GPL23836
Series:
GSE100379
Download data: XLSX
Sample
Accession:
GSM2679864
ID:
302679864
19.

Naturally restored secondary forests_rep10

Organism:
Archaea; Fungi; Bacteria; Viruses
Source name:
Naturally restored secondary forests
Platform:
GPL23836
Series:
GSE100379
Download data: XLSX
Sample
Accession:
GSM2679863
ID:
302679863
20.

Naturally restored secondary forests_rep9

Organism:
Viruses; Bacteria; Archaea; Fungi
Source name:
Naturally restored secondary forests
Platform:
GPL23836
Series:
GSE100379
Download data: XLSX
Sample
Accession:
GSM2679862
ID:
302679862
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