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Category:Resource:Animal Genome Size Database
Abbrev Genomesize  +
Address Department of Integrative Biology  +, University of Guelph  +, Guelph  +, Ontario  +, N1G 2W1  +, Canada.  +
Availability Data taken from the database must not be reproduced in published lists +, Online databases +, Or other such formats +, Nor redistributed without permission. The information is provided solely for personal and academic use. +, Please cite +, The community can contribute to this resource +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
DefiningCitation http://www.genomesize.com  +
Definition Comprehensive catalogue of animal genome s Comprehensive catalogue of animal genome size data. Haploid DNA contents (C-values, in picograms) are available for 4972 species (3231 vertebrates and 1741 non-vertebrates) based on 6518 records from 669 published sources. Data may be submitted directly to the database or reprints and notifications of new papers may be sent to database curation staff. rs may be sent to database curation staff.
ExampleImage Animal Genome Size Database.PNG +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Resource  +
Has role Database +, Data repository +
Id nif-0000-02548  +
Is part of University of Guelph; Ontario; Canada +
Keywords Genome size +, Haploid DNA +, Non-vertebrate +, Vertebrate +, Genome structure +, Comparative biodiversity +, Sequencing +, Genome +, Genomic +
Label Resource:Animal Genome Size Database  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 March 2014 18:40:32  +
ModifiedDate 28 March 2014  +
PMID 17090588  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Resource  +
Species Vertebrate +, Non-vertebrate +
SuperCategory Resource  +
Supporting Agency Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada +
Categories Resource
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