PocilloporaBase: Pocillopora Transcriptomics Database
 
About PocilloporaBase
    Learn about how the tools in the this database were developed, and get information about developing a related species-specific database.
PocilloporaBLAST
    Use BLAST to identify Pocillopora contig sequences with sequence similarity to a query   (results are linked to gene ontology data).
Contig Search
    Search for details about the transcriptomic contigs.
Gene Ontology Search
    Search genes predicted by Gene Ontology for Pocillopora.
Kegg Pathway Search
    Search for kegg pathways found in Pocillopora.
Pfam Protein Family Classification
    Search for Protein Family motifs in the transcriptome of Pocillopora.
Download Sequences Used in this Database
    Links to files containing all the sequences used in creating this transcriptome database.
Genetic Stock Search
    Search for known populations or phenotypes of Pocillopora. Or  Email us to add data/stocks to the database.
  Pocillopora in the Latest Literature  
 
  Wilkinson SP, Fisher PL, van Oppen MJ, Davy SK. Intra-genomic variation in symbiotic dinoflagellates: recent divergence or recombination between lineages? BMC Evol Biol. 2015 Mar 14;15:46. PMID: 25887753

Schweinsberg M, Weiss LC, Striewski S, Tollrian R, Lampert KP. More than one genotype: how common is intracolonial genetic variability in scleractinian corals? Mol Ecol. 2015 Apr 13;. PMID: 25872099

Combosch DJ, Vollmer SV. Trans-Pacific RAD-Seq population genomics confirms introgressive hybridization in Eastern Pacific Pocillopora corals. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2015 Jul;88:154-62. PMID: 25848968

Gorospe KD, Karl SA. Depth as an organizing force in Pocillopora damicornis: intra-reef genetic architecture. PLoS One. 2015;10(3):e0122127. PMID: 25806798

Ross CL, Falter JL, Schoepf V, McCulloch MT. Perennial growth of hermatypic corals at Rottnest Island, Western Australia (32°S). PeerJ. 2015;3:e781. PMID: 25755921

Sawall Y, Al-Sofyani A, Hohn S, Banguera-Hinestroza E, Voolstra CR, Wahl M. Extensive phenotypic plasticity of a Red Sea coral over a strong latitudinal temperature gradient suggests limited acclimatization potential to warming. Sci Rep. 2015 Mar 10;5:8940. PMID: 25754672