Species

Daphnia pulex

[ Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | . . .
. . . | Anomopoda | Daphniidae | Daphnia ]

Daphnia_pulex Courtesy of Paul Hebert
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | Bilateria | Protostomia | Ecdysozoa | Panarthropoda | Arthropoda | Mandibulata | Pancrustacea | Crustacea | Branchiopoda | Phyllopoda | Diplostraca | Cladocera | Anomopoda | Daphniidae | Daphnia
Common:water flea (German: Wasserfloh)
Comment:The water flea Daphnia pulex is commonly found in shallow ponds. This small Crustacean, less than 3 mm in size, is barely visible with the naked eye. Water fleas are an important and environmentally sensitive member of the food chain in ponds and lakes; they feed on algae and are in turn food for other animals such as fish or other small animals including Hydra.
Ncbi Go to NCBI Taxonomy (6669)
Eol Encyclopedia of life
Wiki Wikipedia
Publications:
et. al. Right (2017)
G3 (Bethesda) 7, 1405-1416. Down
et. al. Right (2011)
Science 331, 555-561. Down

Genome files


DOE Joint Genome Institute DOE Joint Genome Institute
Type Version Date Compl Cov GC % Size (Mbp) Contigs CGR Illegal Chars N50 (kbp) Acc File Seq info
Supercontigs v 1.0.0 2007-07-05 Dna_compl 8.7 41.5 166.2 9080Info - 469 - Chromosome_license Comment

National Center for Biotechnology Information National Center for Biotechnology Information
Type Version Date Compl Cov GC % Size (Mbp) Contigs CGR Illegal Chars N50 (kbp) Acc File Seq info
Contigs v 1.0.0 2011-02-02 Dna_compl 8.7 40.8 158.6 18989Info - 49 Down Chromosome Comment
Contigs assembly 02 v 1.0.0 2016-07-01 Dna_compl - 40.5 143.0 1822 - - 494 Down Comment
Supercontigs v 1.0.0 2011-02-02 Dna_compl 8.7 40.8 158.6 5186Info - 642 Down Chromosome Comment

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