Archaea 古細菌ドメイン
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生物出現レコード 概要
生物出現レコード →
■ レコード取得範囲緯度経度情報有り:97%
21.875001666666666 ~ 47.000000
126.969600 ~ 160.000000
0.00 ~ 5777 m
■ レコード取得期間期間有り:100%
1992/06/10 ~ 2019/03/16
* データの最終更新日:2024/05/17
■ レコード数148 件
■ データセット2 件
Archaea 古細菌ドメイン に関する参考文献
Woese, C. R., Kandler, O. and M. L. Whelis (1990) Towards a natural system of organisms: proposal for the domains Archaea, Bacteria, and Eucarya. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA 87: 4576-4579.
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