Accession PRJCA002125
Title Evolutionary dynamics of transposable elements during silkworm domestication
Relevance Evolution
Data types Whole genome sequencing
Organisms Bombyx mori
Bombyx mandarina
Description In this study, we performed the whole genome sequencing of 8 domestic silkworms (Bombyx mori) and 7 wild silkworms (bombyx mandarina). The samples of domestic silkworm were obtained from the differential strains including 7532, Jianpuzhai, HB05, S02, S03, Xianghui, Xiaoshiwan, and Yanjinhuang. The wild silkworms were obtained from the differential region of china. Using this data, we systematically analyze the evolutionary dynamics of transposable elements during silkworm domestication.
Sample scope Multispecies
Release date 2020-01-10
Grants
Agency program Grant ID Grant title
National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) General Program 31772524 Functions and molecular regulatory mechanisms of proteins with different abundances in cocoon between the domestic and wild silkworms
Submitter Qiuzhong    Zhou  (huaxia2033@126.com)
Organization Chongqing University
Submission date 2020-01-10

Project Data

Resource name Description
BioSample (15) -
SAMC131607 ZY
SAMC131606 WH
SAMC131605 SD
SAMC131604 NCW
SAMC131603 HY
SAMC131602 BB
SAMC131601 AY
SAMC131600 YJHB
SAMC131599 XSW
SAMC131598 XH
SAMC131597 S03
SAMC131596 S02
SAMC131595 JPZ
SAMC131594 HB05
SAMC131593 7532
GSA (1) -
CRA002287 Evolutionary dynamics of transposable elements during silkworm domestication