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1. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Large Scale Field Survey [GLOBEC_077_TASC_010]   PARENT METADATA
The objective of this subtask of the Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus programme was to describe the large scale distribution, abundance, and population structure of C. finmarchicus in the Nordic Seas ...


2. ESTs (Expressed Sequence Tags) of Calanus glacialis from the Arctic marine [KPDC_ESTCG_DASAN_2006_01]
Zooplankton Calanus glacialis were collected in the Arctic marine around Dasan station in 2006. We sequenced about 28,000 EST clones using GS 20 (Genome Sequencer 20).


3. Molecular Level Characterization of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Microbial Diversity in the WAIS Divide Replicate Core - foreman_1141936 [foreman_1141936]
This award supports a detailed, molecular level characterization of dissolved organic carbon and microbes in Antarctic ice cores. NSF PLR Award Abstract #1141936


4. Moss, Aulacomnium turgidum, Svalbard, Arctic [KPDC_MAT_ARCTIC_2010]
Unique physiological and metabolic properties of Arctic mosses are responsible for their acclimation to the inclement polar environment. To perform transcriptome analysis of an Arctic moss species ...


5. Plant, Deschampsia, King George Island, Antarctic [KPDC_PD_ANTARCTIC_2008]
Deschampsia antarctica is the only monocot that thrives in the tough conditions of the Antarctic region. It is an invaluable resource for the identification of genes associated with tolerance to various ...


6. Plant, Deschampsia, King George Island, Antarctic - KPDC_PD_ANTARCTIC_2010 [KPDC_PD_ANTARCTIC_2010]
Quantitative real time PCR is the most sensitive and widely used method for the analysis of gene expression. The choice of one or several reference genes is very important for a normalization process, ...


7. Polar Organism genomic and transcriptomic sequences, 2009 [KPDC_POGTS_KGI_2009]
Genomics is high-profile science, impacting on all areas of biology, especially functional genomics focuses on the dynamic aspects such as gene transcription, translation, and protein–protein interactions ...


8. Polar Organism genomic and transcriptomic sequences, 2010 [KPDC_POGTS_KGI_2010]
Genomics is high-profile science, impacting on all areas of biology, especially functional genomics focuses on the dynamic aspects such as gene transcription, translation, and protein–protein interactions ...


9. Polar Organism genomic and transcriptomic sequences, 2011 [KPDC_POGTS_KGI_2011]
Genomics is high-profile science, impacting on all areas of biology, especially functional genomics focuses on the dynamic aspects such as gene transcription, translation, and protein–protein interactions ...


10. Population genetics dataset for Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): Restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (RAD-seq) and mtDNA sequencing [AAS_4015_Population_Genetics]
This restriction site associated DNA sequencing (RAD-seq) dataset for Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) includes raw sequence data and summaries for 148 krill from 5 Southern Ocean sites. A detailed ...


11. RNA sequence data from krill CO2 exposure experiment [AAS_4015_krill_RNA]
We use RNA sequencing to investigate which genetic/physiological pathways in Antarctic krill are affected by increased CO2 levels. We carried out larval CO2 exposure experiments in March 2012 at the ...


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