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Data from: Transcriptome sequencing and marker development for four underutilized legumes

Data from: Transcriptome sequencing and marker development for four underutilized legumes
Data from: Transcriptome sequencing and marker development for four underutilized legumes
Premise of the study: Combating threats to food and nutrition security in the context of climate change and global population increase is one of the highest priorities of major international organizations. Hundreds of species are grown on a small scale in some of the most drought/flood-prone regions of the world and as such may harbor some of the most environmentally tolerant crops (and alleles). Methods and Results: In this study, transcriptomes were sequenced, assembled, and annotated for four underutilized legume crops. Microsatellite markers were identified in each species, as well as a conserved orthologous set of markers for cross-family phylogenetics and comparative mapping, which were ground-truthed on a panel of diverse legume germplasm. Conclusions: An understanding of these underutilized legumes will inform crop selection and breeding by allowing the investigation of genetic variation and the genetic basis of adaptive traits to be established.,Lablab purpureus transcriptome assemblyLablab purpureus transcriptome assemblyLapuTrinityEd.fastaLathyrus sativus transcriptome assemblyLathyrus sativus transcriptome assemblyLasaTrinityEd.fastaPsophocarpus tetragonolobus transcriptome assemblyPsophocarpus tetragonolobus transcriptome assemblyPsteTrinityEd.fastaVigna subterranea transcriptome assemblyVigna subterranea transcriptome assemblyVisuTrinityEd.fasta,
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Chapman, Mark A.
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Chapman, Mark A.
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(2016) Data from: Transcriptome sequencing and marker development for four underutilized legumes. Dryad Digital Repository doi:10.5061/dryad.k9h76 [Dataset]

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Premise of the study: Combating threats to food and nutrition security in the context of climate change and global population increase is one of the highest priorities of major international organizations. Hundreds of species are grown on a small scale in some of the most drought/flood-prone regions of the world and as such may harbor some of the most environmentally tolerant crops (and alleles). Methods and Results: In this study, transcriptomes were sequenced, assembled, and annotated for four underutilized legume crops. Microsatellite markers were identified in each species, as well as a conserved orthologous set of markers for cross-family phylogenetics and comparative mapping, which were ground-truthed on a panel of diverse legume germplasm. Conclusions: An understanding of these underutilized legumes will inform crop selection and breeding by allowing the investigation of genetic variation and the genetic basis of adaptive traits to be established.,Lablab purpureus transcriptome assemblyLablab purpureus transcriptome assemblyLapuTrinityEd.fastaLathyrus sativus transcriptome assemblyLathyrus sativus transcriptome assemblyLasaTrinityEd.fastaPsophocarpus tetragonolobus transcriptome assemblyPsophocarpus tetragonolobus transcriptome assemblyPsteTrinityEd.fastaVigna subterranea transcriptome assemblyVigna subterranea transcriptome assemblyVisuTrinityEd.fasta,

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Published date: 23 January 2016

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Local EPrints ID: 448386
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/448386
PURE UUID: e4d4613d-5954-49e6-bf41-0e683a31b2bb
ORCID for Mark A. Chapman: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7151-723X

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Date deposited: 21 Apr 2021 16:32
Last modified: 22 Apr 2021 01:43

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