Accession PRJCA001611
Title Whole-Genome Resequencing of a Worldwide Collection of Rapeseed Accessions Reveals the Genetic Basis of Ecotype Divergence
Relevance Agricultural
Data types Whole genome sequencing
Organisms Brassica napus
Description The goal of this study is to reveal the global pattern of polymorphism in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) based on resequencing the genomes of a collection of 1007 rapeseed genetic materials originating from major regions of rapeseed production of the world. The data provides a base for genome-wide association analysis of important agronomic and quality traits of rapeseed, such as of flowering time that enable rapeseed to adapt eco-conditions, especially temperature and day length in different parts of the world by dividing themselves into spring, winter and semi-winter eco-groups. The data also help in uncovering the footprints of domestication and breeding, and figure out the structure of the B. napus genome.
Sample scope Multiisolate
Release date 2019-07-28
Grants
Agency program Grant ID Grant title
National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) International (Regional) Joint Research Programs 31370313
Submitter lixi    Jiang  (1051927088@qq.com)
Organization zhejiang university
Submission date 2019-07-28

Project Data

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CRA001854 Whole-Genome Resequencing of a Worldwide Collection of Rapeseed Accessions Reveals the Genetic Basis of Ecotype Divergence