Peanut Core Collection Genotype Phenotype Project

"Characterizing The USDA Peanut Core Collection Through Genotype And Phenotype Information" is a NIFA-funded project to genotype the US peanut core collection of 800 accessions to attach genotype data to each accession, assess the genetic diversity of the collection, search for marker-trait associations for key traits using GWAS analysis and to estimate the rate of mixed or heterogeneous accessions in the collection.
Publication: Paul I. Otyama, Roshan Kulkarni, Kelly Chamberlin, Peggy Ozias-Akins, Ye Chu, Lori M. Lincoln, Gregory E. MacDonald, Noelle L. Anglin, Sudhansu Dash, David J. Bertioli, David Fernández-Baca, Michelle A. Graham, Steven B. Cannon and Ethalinda K. S. Cannon. Genotypic Characterization of the U.S. Peanut Core Collection G3: GENES, GENOMES, GENETICS November 1, 2020 vol. 10 no. 11 4013-4026. (https://doi.org/10.1534/g3.120.401306)
  • Genotype data of African Breeding Lines: Explore using Gigwa.
  • Compare genotypes using SNP variant data: Visualize the genome wide comparison with the GCViT tool (Genotype Comparison Visualization Tool).