Charlie Melissa Phelps
Edith Cowan University
School or Research Centre
School of Science / Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research
This work was supported and funded by the Australian Academy of Science 2018 Max Day Environmental Science Fellowship Award and by The Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment from The Ecological Society of Australia
This ASV table is the raw sequencing abundances for the Chapter 4 dataset with accompanying metadata.
Research Activity Title
Confounding effects in the implication of microbial pathogens in marine disease
Research Activity Description
This research examines the E. radiata associated microbial community which was compared in three independent analyses via 16S gene sequencing. These involved comparing samples taken from the natural reef and aquaria control treatments. Comparing aquaria treatments involving media types (peptone, marine broth or filtered marine broth) and bacteria type (bacteria absent or seawater only control) finally comparing samples, based on bacteria types (bacteria absent, autoclaved bacteria, bacteria present) and kelp health (bleached and healthy) within each media type.
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See additional file: Chapter 4 - metadata for accompanying ASV table
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Phelps, C. M. (2022). CPhelps et al. Disease, natural and aquaria E. radiata microbiome ASV (Amplicon Sequence Variant) table. Edith Cowan University. https://doi.org/10.25958/amn2-hm80