Species

Drosophila simulans str. md106 Drosophila simulans (Species Group)

[ Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | . . .
. . . | Sophophora | melanogaster group | melanogaster subgroup ]

Drosophila_simulans_str__md106 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | Bilateria | Protostomia | Ecdysozoa | Panarthropoda | Arthropoda | Mandibulata | Pancrustacea | Hexapoda | Insecta | Dicondylia | Pterygota | Neoptera | Endopterygota | Diptera | Brachycera | Muscomorpha | Eremoneura | Cyclorrhapha | Schizophora | Acalyptratae | Ephydroidea | Drosophilidae | Drosophilinae | Drosophilini | Drosophila | Sophophora | melanogaster group | melanogaster subgroup
Comment:This line is derived from flies collected in Madagascar by Bill Ballard. It was inbred by sib-pair mating for five generations by Bill Ballard at Univ. of Iowa, and an additional five generations at UC-Davis.
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Publication:
et. al. Right (2007)
Nature 450, 203-218. Down

Genome files


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 2006-07-28 Dna_part 1 43.0 84.7 46574Info - 2 Down Chromosome Comment

The Genome Sequencing Center at Washington University The Genome Sequencing Center at Washington University
Type Version Date Compl Cov GC % Size (Mbp) Contigs CGR Illegal Chars N50 (kbp) Acc File Seq info
Contigs v 1.0.0 2004-08-11 Dna_part 1 43.0 86.4 46669Info - 2 - License Comment
Unplaced reads v 1.0.0 2004-08-11 Dna_part 1 43.8 34.3 51220Info - 0 - License Comment

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