PROJECT NAME
GOLD Project ID
Gp0009780  
Project Name
Sebastes rubrivinctus  
Other Names
  
Legacy ER Project ID
1895  
Legacy GOLD ID
Gi08706  
NCBI BioProject Name Sebastes rubrivinctus
NCBI BioProject ID 62009
NCBI BioProject Accession
PRJNA62009  
NCBI Locus Tag
SRUB  
NCBI BioSample Accession
SAMN02981552  
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Added By Ioanna Pagani on 2011-01-27
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Project Comments
  
PROJECT TYPE
Specimen Organism
Nucleic Acid DNA
Sequencing Strategy
Whole Genome Sequencing  
PROJECT INFORMATION
Project Status
Permanent Draft  
Project Relevance
  
Sequencing Center University of South Carolina (USA)
Collaborating Institute
  
Funding Agency
  
Project Description
DNA purified from fin preserved in ethanol Evolutionary diversity: With an estimated 102 species included in the group, the rockfish (genus Sebastes) marine species flock on the west coast of North America offers intriguing opportunities to broaden our knowledge of molecular mechanisms underlying speciation and adaptation in marine vertebrates. Conservation concern: Rockfish of the genus Sebastes support important commercial and recreational fisheries on the west coast of North America. They have a low intrinsic rate of population increase and highly sporadic recruitment. These factors render them vulnerable to overfishing, and species within the genus are among the first threatened marine species under the Endangered Species Act. Understanding the evolutionary forces acting across broad latitudinal gradients at the genome level promises to make a significant contribution to our understanding of their basic ecology, genetics, and conservation. Model of aging/negligible senescence: Some species of the Sebastes genus have extremely long lifespans and do not show signs of aging (negligible senescence), while others demonstrate typical aging patterns and have short lifespans. S. rubrivinctus has a lifespan of 18 years, but it is closely related to S. nigrocinctus, which lives at least 116 years. Comparison of their genomes could be helpful in identifying the genetic basis of extreme lifespans and negligible senescence.  
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PROJECT COMPOSITION
Studies Sebastes rubrivinctus
Analysis Projects Sebastes rubrivinctus
SEQUENCING INFORMATION
Sequencing Status Draft
Sequencing Quality (MIGS-31) Level 2: High-Quality Draft
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Sequencing Technology (MIGS-29)
  
Library Method (MIGS-28)
  
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ORGANISM NAME
GOLD Organism ID Go0009780
Organism Name
Sebastes rubrivinctus  
Other names (alias, synonyms, short names, common names)
  
Organism Domain
EUKARYAL  
Phylogeny
CHORDATA  
Genus
Sebastes  
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Species
Sebastes rubrivinctus  
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Serovar-Biovar
  
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Type Strain
Unknown  
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Cultured
Yes  
Culture Type
Isolate  
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Natural  
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ORGANISM TAXONOMY
NCBI Taxonomy ID 72099
NCBI Kingdom
Metazoa  
NCBI Phylum
Chordata  
NCBI Class
Actinopteri  
NCBI Order
Perciformes  
NCBI Family
Sebastidae  
NCBI Genus
Sebastes  
NCBI Species
Sebastes rubrivinctus  
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