resequencing of 297 melon accessions reveals the

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Liu S Gao P Zhu QL Liu HY Wang XZ Weng Y Gao ML Luan FS (2020) Resequencing 297 melon accessions reveals the genomic history of improvement and loci related to fruit traits in melon Plant QTL mapping in multiple populations and development stages reveals dynamic quantitative trait loci for fruit size in cucumbers of different market

Plant biotechnology journal

Resequencing of 297 melon accessions reveals the genomic history of improvement and loci related to fruit traits in melon: Plant biotechnology journal: 37 days: save: Genetic manipulation of Soc1‐like genes promotes photosynthesis in flowers and leaves and enhances plant tolerance to high temperature: Plant biotechnology journal: 37 days: save

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Dec 20 2019Resequencing of the 50 melon accessions (Figure 4 A) generated a total of clean 90 443 068 paired-end (PE) reads with an average of 18X depth per accession (Tables S30 and S31) and the mapping rate ranged from 86 74% to 95 63% when R13 is excluded owing to its distantly phylogenetic relationship with species melo (see Tables S31 and S32)

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Jun 23 2020While studies of domestication reveal the process of evolution under human influence many works focused on identifying single genes showing large phenotypic effects In this work we assembled the chromosome-level genome of bitter gourd ( Momordica charantia ) and investigated the genomic changes under domestication Domestication in this species appears to be a complex

Plant biotechnology journal

Resequencing of 297 melon accessions reveals the genomic history of improvement and loci related to fruit traits in melon 13 days Plant biotechnology journal Read Genetic manipulation of Soc1‐like genes promotes photosynthesis in flowers and leaves and enhances plant tolerance to high temperature

Transposon Insertions Structural Variations and SNPs

Melon and cucumber lineages split 10 1 Ma (Sebastian et al 2010) and cucumber is the closest relative to melon with an available genome sequence For this reason we used resequencing data from a breeding cucumber line mapped to the melon reference to analyze the divergence of melon versus cucumber (Cucumis sativus L ) This analysis was

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Jun 03 2019SNP discovery by genotyping-by-sequencing The GBS analysis of the 78 new IBMCP melon accessions (Additional file 1: Table S1) resulted in 146 367 SNPs with at least three reads of support (Additional file 2 Table S2) After filtering for Minor Allele Frequency (MAF) higher than 0 05 and frequency of missing data lower than 0 05 the retained number of SNPs was 8215 similar to the

Long

Jun 23 2020While studies of domestication reveal the process of evolution under human influence many works focused on identifying single genes showing large phenotypic effects In this work we assembled the chromosome-level genome of bitter gourd ( Momordica charantia ) and investigated the genomic changes under domestication Domestication in this species appears to be a complex

Mapping the Flavor Contributing Traits on Fengwei Melon

Feb 03 2016Introduction The melon (Cucumis melo L ) is an important horticultural crop and has diverse phenotypes and genotypes that result in variations in fruit quality including sugar and acid content aroma and fruit shape [] The principal component of fruit quality in sweet melons is the content of sugar primarily sucrose [2–4] Details of the metabolic pathways involved in sucrose accumulation

Frontiers

Jan 16 2020Resequencing 200 Flax Cultivated Accessions Identifies Candidate Genes Related to Seed Size and Weight and Reveals Signatures of Artificial Selection Dongliang Guo 1† Haixia Jiang 1† Wenliang Yan 2 Liangjie Yang 3 Jiali Ye 1 Yue Wang 1 Qingcheng Yan 1 Jiaxun Chen 1 Yanfang Gao 1 Lepeng Duan 1 Huiqing Liu 1 and Liqiong Xie 1*

Genome resequencing reveals demographic history and

To reveal the population structure genetic divergence and signatures of natural selection whole-genome resequencing studies have been performed in some forest trees such as poplar (Slavov et al 2012 Evans et al 2014) eucalypt (Silva-Junior et al 2015 Silva-Junior and Grattapaglia 2015) and oak (Ortego et al 2018)

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Resequencing of the 50 melon accessions (Figure 4A) generated a total of clean 90 443 068 paired-end (PE) reads with an average of 18X depth per accession (Tables S30 and S31) and the mapping rate ranged from 86 74% to 95 63% when R13 is excluded owing to its distantly phylogenetic relationship with species melo (see Tables S31 and S32)

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Genome

Structural variations ([SVs][1]) represent a major source of genetic diversity However the functional impact and formation mechanisms of [SVs][1] in plant genomes remain largely unexplored Here we report a nucleotide-resolution [SV][1] map of cucumber ( Cucumis sativas ) that comprises 26 788 [SVs][1] based on deep resequencing of 115 diverse accessions

Loop

Resequencing 297 melon accessions reveals the genomic history of improvement and loci related to fruit traits in melon Shi Liu Peng Gao Qianglong Zhu Zicheng Zhu Hongyu Liu Xuezheng Wang Yiqun Weng Meiling Gao Feishi Luan Plant biotechnology journal Published on 19 Jun 2020 0 views

High presence/absence gene variability in defense

Resequencing data from both DHL92 parentals as well as from the reference line itself have already been produced using Illumina technology Here results are presented on genome variability of melon after resequencing two additional melon accessions corresponding to a cultivated and an old-relative melon

Mapping the Flavor Contributing Traits on Fengwei Melon

Feb 03 2016Introduction The melon (Cucumis melo L ) is an important horticultural crop and has diverse phenotypes and genotypes that result in variations in fruit quality including sugar and acid content aroma and fruit shape [] The principal component of fruit quality in sweet melons is the content of sugar primarily sucrose [2–4] Details of the metabolic pathways involved in sucrose accumulation

Genetic diversity and population structure of core

Jan 21 2016Watermelon [Citrullus lanatus (Thunb )Matsum Nakai var lanatus] is an economically important vegetable belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family Genotypes that exhibit agronomically important traits are selected for the development of elite cultivars Understanding the genetic diversity and the genotype population structure based on molecular markers at the genome level can speed up the

Carotenoid Content of 50 Watermelon Cultivars

Mar 14 2006The lycopene content of 50 commercial cultivars of seeded and seedless red-fleshed watermelons was determined Scanning colorimetric and spectrophotometric assays of total lycopene were used to separate watermelon cultivars into low (50 mg/kg fw) average (50−70 mg/kg fw) high (70−90 mg/kg fw) and very high (90 mg/kg fw) Cultivars varied greatly in lycopene content ranging

Mapping the Flavor Contributing Traits on Fengwei Melon

Feb 03 2016Introduction The melon (Cucumis melo L ) is an important horticultural crop and has diverse phenotypes and genotypes that result in variations in fruit quality including sugar and acid content aroma and fruit shape [] The principal component of fruit quality in sweet melons is the content of sugar primarily sucrose [2–4] Details of the metabolic pathways involved in sucrose accumulation

The genome of melon (Cucumis melo L )

We report the genome sequence of melon an important horticultural crop worldwide We assembled 375 of the double-haploid line DHL92 representing 83 3% of the estimated melon genome We predicted 27 427 protein-coding genes which we analyzed by reconstructing 22 218 phylogenetic trees allowing mapping of the orthology and paralogy relationships of sequenced plant genomes

Genetic Diversity in the Desert Watermelon Citrullus

In this study we examined genetic diversity and relationships among 29 CC accessions collected in northern Africa the Middle East and Asia and their relationships to 3 accessions and 3 cultivars of CLL 12 accessions of citron melon [C lanatus ssp lanatus var citroides (CLC)] and 1 accession representing the desert perennial Citrullus

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Resequencing of 297 melon accessions reveals the genomic history of improvement and loci related to fruit traits in melon Shi Liu Peng Gao Qianglong Zhu Zicheng Zhu Hongyu Liu Xuezheng Wang Yiqun Weng Meiling Gao Feishi Luan Domestication and improvement are two important stages in crop evolution Melon (Cucumis melo L ) is an