Project Detail : PRJDB6166

AccessionPRJDB6166
Project TypePrimary submission
Project Data TypeGenome Sequencing

General info

Project titlePolymorphism analysis of Arabidopsis kamchatica
Project Description
Allopolyploid hybrids are formed when two or more diploid species hybridize without genome reduction. Increased ploidy is predicted to have consequences on positive and purifying selection due to masking of beneficial or deleterious mutations and genome wide data is needed for empirical validation. To quantify strengths of selection, we resequenced a range-wide collection of the allopolyploid Arabidopsis kamchatica, a natural hybrid of the diploid parents A. halleri and A. lyrata, by sorting Illumina reads using parental genome assemblies.
Release Date2018-08-03
RelevanceEvolution
RelevanceEvolution

Project Type

Sample scope/Material/Capture/Methodology

Sample ScopeMonoisolate
MaterialGenome
CaptureWhole
MethodologySequencing

Objective

ObjectiveRawSequenceReads

Target

Organism information

Organism nameArabidopsis kamchatica
Taxonomy ID59690

General Properties

CellularityMulticellular
ReproductionSexual
Haploid genome size475 Mb
PloidyAllopolyploid