Ecogenomics

Metagenomics is the research of the structure and function of nucleotide sequences isolated directly from an environmental sample, especially of a community of microorganisms. Ecogenomics is the broad field may also be referred to as environmental genomics, community genomics. In this field genome analyses begin to be done directly from oceanic samples (ecogenomics or métagenomics), allowing us to access to large sets of gene for uncultivated.

Ecogenomics can also be termed as environmental metagenomics . It’s the area where samples directly taken from environment for study of organismal response to the environmental or nature changes. Nuticleotide sequences and genome struncture are studied. Ecogenomics includes areas as plant genomics, agrigenomics, microbialgenomics.

  • Environmental metagenomics
  • Microbial genomics
  • Plant genomics
  • Agrigenomics
  • Plant & animal genotyping

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