Antarctic krill samples collected from the Southern Ocean and South Atlantic during the Discovery 2010 cruise (JR177) 2007-2008
Samples of Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, were collected during the Discovery 2010 cruise aboard the James Clark Ross (JR177). Krill from two areas were used, one from around 60 South from the vicinity of the South Orkney Islands, and the second from north-west of South Georgia at around 52 South. All of the krill were taken by target fishing.
Discovery 2010, Euphausia, South Atlantic, Southern Ocean, circadian rhythm, clock genes, krill
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Goodall-Copestake WP, Pérez-Espona S, Clark MS, Murphy EJ, Seear PJ, Tarling GA (2010) Swarms of diversity at the gene cox1 in Antarctic krill. Heredity, 104: 513-518.
Seear PJ, Tarling GA, Burns G, Goodall-Copestake WP, Gaten E, Özkaya Ö, Rosato E (2010). Differential gene expression during the moult cycle of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) BMC Genomics, 11: 582.
Seear P J, Tarling GA, Teschke M, Meyer B, Thorne MAS , Clark MS, Gaten E, Rosato E (2009) Effects of simulated light regimes on gene expression in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba Dana) Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 381: 57-64.
Gaten T, Tarling G, Dowse H, Kyriacou CP, Rosato E (2008) Is vertical migration in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) influenced by an underlying circadian rhythm? Journal of Genetics, 87: 473-483.
Conference proceedings and seminars:
Ozkaya O, Gaten E,. Kyriacou CP, Tarling G, Rosato E. Rhythmic behaviour in Antarctic krill: a role for the clock? Poster presentation - SRBR, Sandestin, Florida (USA), 22-26 May 2010. p125 .
Ozkaya O, Seear P, Gaten E, Tarling G, Kyriacou CP, Rosato E. Gene function in Antartict krill: Determining the role of clock-genes in synchronised behavioural patterns. 9th Antartic Funding Initiative workshop, New Hall, Cambridge, 13-14 September 2010.
Rosato E. Delayed coupling and feedback in the circadian network. Slide presentation Lorentz Centre workshop - Assembling a multi-cellular circadian pacemaker- August 16-20 2010, Leiden, The Netherlands.
Ozkaya O. From flies to krill, reverse genetics to characterise a polar clock. Genome Science Research Theme Day, Leicester University, April 2010.
Ozkaya O, Rosato E. The molecular basis of circadian rhythms in Antarctic krill. Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart, Australia, 25 February 2010.
Ozkaya O, Seear P, Gaten E, Tarling G, Kyriacou CP, Rosato E. Gene function in Antartict krill: Determining the role of clock-genes in synchronised behavioural patterns. 8th Antartic Funding Initiative workshop, New Hall, Cambridge, 21-22 September 2009.
Ozkaya O, Seear P, Gaten E, Tarling G, Kyriacou CP, Rosato E. Gene function in Antarctic krill: determining the role of clock-genes in synchronised behavioural patterns. 7th Antarctic Funding Initiative Workshop. New Hall, University of Cambridge, September 2008.
Rosato E, Kyriacou CP. The role of natural selection in circadian behaviour: a molecular genetic approach. Essays in Biochemistry, Chronobiology volume (Editor: H Piggins), 49(1):71-85, 2011, Portland Press Limited, London, UK.
Tarling GA. Preface. Advances in Marine Biology, The Biology of Northern krill volume (Editor G Tarling); 57:xvii-xix, 2010 , Academic Press, London, UK.
Tarling GA, Ensor NS, Fregin T, Goodall-Copestake WP, Fretwell P. An introduction to the biology of Northern krill (Meganyctiphanes norvegica Sars). Advances in Marine Biology, The Biology of Northern krill volume (Editor G Tarling);57:1-40, 2010, Academic Press, London, UK.
Tarling GA. Population dynamics of Northern krill (Meganyctiphanes norvegica Sars). Advances in Marine Biology, The Biology of Northern krill volume (Editor G Tarling);57:59-90, 2010, Academic Press, London, UK
AFI 7/06 field report (BAS Archives)
AFI 7/06: Gene function in Antarctic krill: determining the role of clock-genes in synchronised behavioural patterns
|Quality:||One of the -80C freezers used to store specimens at Leicester malfunctioned and consequently a large proportion of the samples were destroyed, both raw samples (i.e. frozen animals) as well as processed samples (RNA and proteins).|
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|Detailed Location||Near South Orkney Islands|
|Location||South Atlantic Ocean|
|Detailed Location||North-West of South Georgia|
|Data Collection:||All of the krill were taken by target fishing mainly using the RMT8 net based largely on observations of krill swarms using the EK60 echo sounder. The nets were towed for only a short time and, after hauling, the krill were transferred as quickly as possible to the cold room for sorting.|
|Data Storage:||Samples are stored at BAS and Leicester University|