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Skeletonema marinoi FE7


Principle Investigator(s) Giovanna Romano
External sample IDFE7
Sample accession numberCAM_SMPL_002593
Assembly accession numberCAM_ASM_000411
Combined Assembly NameN/A
Prelim. NCBI Taxon ID267567
18S rRNA
Importance of organism and transcriptomesSkeletonema marinoi is a successful centric planktonic marine diatom responsible for spring blooms in North Adriatic sea and in many coastal areas around the world. It has been shown that diatoms produce a class of compounds, the oxylipins, that have been found to negatively impact copepod reproduction with possible negative consequence on the flow of energy through the marin food chain. Definition of the transcriptome of two clones of Skeletonema marinoi showing different levels in oxylipin production, will help to understand the physiological mechanisms underlying the activation and the modulation of oxylipins methabolism in diatoms.
Additional citations and references
Environmental Data
Primary citation for organism's characterization, if availableSarno, D., Kooistra, W. H. C. F., Medlin, L. K., Percopo, I. and Zingone, A. (2005), DIVERSITY IN THE GENUS SKELETONEMA (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE). II. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE TAXONOMY OF S. COSTATUM-LIKE SPECIES WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF FOUR NEW SPECIES. Journal of Phycology, 41: 151?176. doi: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.2005.04067.x
Depth (m)2
Salinity (psu)37.0423
Temperature (ºC)18
Collection date15-MAR-97
Sample collection siteAdriatic Sea
Sample material (e.g. "seawater," "sediment," etc.)Seawater
ENVO term for habitat - primary termAcquatic: marine
Habitat descriptioncoastal waters, surface layer
Habitatmarine habitat
Experimental Data
Date of experiment15-SEP-11
Growth mediumf/2 amended sea water
Temperature (ºC)20
Salinty (psu)36
Light (µmol photons / m2 / sec)100
Day portion of day:night cycle in hours12
Night portion of day:night cycle in hours12
Nitrate (μmol/L)883
Phosphate (μmol/L)36.3
Silicate (μmol/L)107
Trace elements (total) (nmol/L)24500
Investigation typeEukaryotes