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What are Organisms?

OCCURRENCE

Everywhere

 

DESCRIPTION

An Organism is a special kind of species.

It contains the whole genom sequence of a micro-organism in an alignment called 'ali_genom'. The sequence stored in that alignment has to be unaligned (=no gaps).

Further it contains information about genes.

Organisms do not occur in a normal ARB database (i.e. a 16s database). To work with organisms you have to import a genome-flatfile into a new database.

 

NOTES

To create alignments of genes you need to create gene-species.

 

EXAMPLES

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WARNINGS

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BUGS

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