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Elena, Mosca
Fernando, Cruz
Jèssica, Gómez Garrido
Luca, Bianco
Christian, Rellstab
Eric, Bazin
Sabine, Brodbeck
Katalin, Csilléry
Bruno, Fady
Matthias, Fladung
Barbara, Fussi
Dušan, Gömöry
Santiago C. González-Martínez
Delphine, Grivet
Marta, Gut
Ole, Kim Hansen
Katrin, Heer
Zeki, Kaya
Konstantin V. Krutovsky
Birgit, Kersten
Sascha, Liepelt
Lars, Opgenoorth
Christoph, Sperisen
Kristian K. Ullrich
Giovanni G. Vendramin
Marjana, Westergren
Birgit, Ziegenhagen
Tyler, Alioto
Felix, Gugerli
Berthold, Heinze
Maria, Höhn
Michela, Troggio
David B. Neale
2020-01-20T08:01:44Z
2020-01-20T08:01:44Z
2019-07
Elena, Mosca. A reference genome sequence for the European silver fir (Abies alba Mill.): a community-generated genomic resource [Текст] / Mosca Elena, Cruz Fernando, Gómez Garrido Jèssica, Bianco Luca, Rellstab Christian, Bazin Eric, Brodbeck Sabine, Csilléry Katalin, Fady Bruno, Fladung Matthias, Fussi Barbara, Gömöry Dušan, Santiago C. González-Martínez, Grivet Delphine, Gut Marta, Kim Hansen Ole, Heer Katrin, Kaya Zeki, Konstantin V. Krutovsky, Kersten Birgit, Liepelt Sascha, Opgenoorth Lars, Sperisen Christoph, Kristian K. Ullrich, Giovanni G. Vendramin, Westergren Marjana, Ziegenhagen Birgit, Alioto Tyler, Gugerli Felix, Heinze Berthold, Höhn Maria, Troggio Michela, David B. Neale // Genes Genomes Genetics G3. — 2019. — Т. 9 (№ 7). — С. 2039-2049
https://www.g3journal.org/content/9/7/2039
http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/129593
Silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) is widespread in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. In Southern Europe, its distribution has increased overall during the 20th century due to land-use change and recolonization from refugial, over-logged populations. During recent decades, its distribution has decreased in most of its distributional range, mainly due to extreme temperature events, forest management practices and ungulate browsing. To forecast its future distribution and survival, it is important to investigate the genetic basis of its adaptation to environmental change, notably extreme events. Here, we provide a first draft genome assembly and annotation of the silver fir genome. DNA obtained from haploid megagametophyte and diploid needle tissue was used to construct and sequence Illumina paired-end (PE) and mate-pair (MP) libraries, respectively, to high depth. The assembled A. alba genome sequence accounted for over 37 million scaffolds corresponding to 18.16 Gb, with a scaffold N50 of 14,051 bp. Despite the fragmented nature of the assembly, a total of 50,757 full-length genes were functionally annotated in the nuclear genome. The chloroplast genome was also assembled into a single scaffold (120,908 bp) that shows a high collinearity with both the A. koreana and A. sibirica complete chloroplast genomes. This first genome assembly of silver fir is an important genomic resource that is now publicly available in support of a new generation of research. By genome-enabling this important conifer, this resource will be opening the gate for new experiments and more precise genetic monitoring of European silver fir forests.
Abies alba
annotation
conifer genome
genome assembly
genomic resource
A reference genome sequence for the European silver fir (Abies alba Mill.): a community-generated genomic resource
Journal Article
Journal Article Preprint
2039-2049
34.15.23
2020-01-20T08:01:44Z
10.1534/g3.119.400083
Институт фундаментальной биологии и биотехнологии
Базовая кафедра защиты и современных технологии мониторинга лесов
Genes Genomes Genetics G3
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