Relationships between wild and domesticated wheat in south west Asia

Genotype-by-sequencing and chloroplast genome sequencing were carried out for 192 accessions of wild and landrace wheat accessions. This produced 10 nuclear DNA sequences, each 10-20 kb in length, and one 80 kb chloroplast DNA sequence, from each of 192 accessions of wild or domesticated emmer wheat.

NB The data are stored in the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA) with accession number Study PRJEB42105 ena-STUDY-UOM-23-08-2017-14:32:05:787-517 and can be accessed at https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/data/search?query=PRJEB42105

Publication date: 2018-08-01

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Genotype-by-sequencing and chloroplast genome sequencing were carried-out for 192 accessions of wild and landrace wheat accessions. DNA was extracted from accessions of wild emmer, emmer, durum, polonicum, rivet, timopheevii and wild timopheevii wheat. Nuclear-genome SNPs were detected by GBS and shotgun sequencing was carried-out to reconstruct whole chloroplast genome sequences for each accessions. Results were analysed and interpreted in order to answer questions regarding domestication and crop evolution.

Correspondence/contact details

Professor Terence Brown
University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9PL
UK
terry.brown@manchester.ac.uk

Authors

Brown, T.
University of Manchester

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European Nucleotide Archive (ENA)
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European Nucleotide Archive (ENA)
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Topic categories
Farming , Biota