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The Dakota Formation in southern Utah (Kaiparowits Plateau region) is a succession of fluvial through shallow-marine facies formed during the initial phase of filling of the Cretaceous foreland basin of the Sevier orogen. It records a number of relative sea-level fluctuations of different frequency and magnitude, controlled by both tectonic and eustatic processes during the Early to Late Cenomanian. The Dakota Formation is divided into eight units separated by regionally correlatable surfaces that formed in response to relative sea-level fluctuations. Units 1?6B represent, from bottom to top, valley-filling deposits of braided streams (unit 1), alluvial plain with anastomosed to meandering streams (2), tide-influenced...
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We documented the type two polyketide synthases(PKS II) gene diversity and novelty by sequencing KSα genes known to synthesize bioactive small molecules. Sequences were derived from culturable bacteria isolated from bats in Arizona and New Mexico. We targeted the PKS II pathway which comprised a large proportion of the culture collection. Genomic analyses of a 16-member subset of bat bacterial isolates were additionally explored to document total BGC diversity and novelty of the bat microbiome. Data used for PKS II gene variant number per isolate by state were comprised of number of amino acid sequences per isolate (Num_seqs_per_isolate) by state, with related isolate identification (Isolate ID) and isolate number...


    map background search result map search result map Data related to great diversity of KSα genes from bat skin external microbiota, from Arizona and New Mexico, indicate novel PKSII biosynthetic gene clusters Data related to great diversity of KSα genes from bat skin external microbiota, from Arizona and New Mexico, indicate novel PKSII biosynthetic gene clusters