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Water chemistry and molecular eDNA data observed in experimental laboratory mesocosms exposed to different nitrogen amendments in the presence or absence of a nitrifier enriched microbial community

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2022-07-06
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2022-07-09

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Beattie, R.E., Helbing, C.C., Imbery, J.J., Klymus, K.E., Lopez Duran, J., Richter, C.A., Thambirajah, A.A., Thompson, N., and Edwards, T.M. 2023, Water chemistry and molecular eDNA data observed in experimental laboratory mesocosms exposed to different nitrogen amendments in the presence or absence of a nitrifier enriched microbial community: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9UTO4MC.

Summary

Data describe the results of a controlled laboratory mesocosm experiment evaluating the influence of a nitrifier enriched microbial community on silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) milt eDNA degradation. Parameters described include the concentration results, limit of detection, and limit of quantification of two silver carp specific quantitative PCR assays and water chemistry results of experimental mesocosms.

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eDNA_Quality_Assurance.txt 132.57 KB text/plain
eDNA_Samples.txt 415.6 KB text/plain
IPC_Quality_Assurance.txt 164.76 KB text/plain
Target_LOD_LOQ.txt 12.32 KB text/plain
Water_Chemistry_Mesocosms.txt 64.57 KB text/plain

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The purpose of this research was to develop a better understanding of the influence of the microbial community on eDNA degradation which will help to inform eDNA sampling strategies and improve confidence in eDNA survey results

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  • USGS Data Release Products

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