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Hyalella azteca is a freshwater epibenthic amphipod of interest to ecotoxicology and evolutionary biology. It is the primary invertebrate crustacean used in the U.S. for sediment toxicity testing and have been the subject of recent gene expression studies in ecotoxicogenomics.
H. azteca is a species complex which has diverged in North America over the past 11 million years creating numerous ecotypes which are the subject of divergent and convergent evolutionary studies.
- Analysis Name
- Hyalella azteca genome assembly Hazt_2.0.1 (GCA_000764305.3)
- AllPathsLG v. 48744; Atlas Link v. 1.0; Atlas GapFill v. 2.2; Redundans v. 0.11b (NA)
- BioSample SAMN02978968
- Date performed
- Materials & Methods
Hazt_2.0.1 is an updated version of Hazt_2.0 (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/assembly/GCF_000764305.1). Hazt_2.0 was resubmitted to NCBI with annotations, and in the process contaminants were removed from the assembly. See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/assembly/GCF_000764305.1 for more information.
- Contig N50
- Scaffold N50
- GC Content