Project NameArachis ipaensis cultivar: K30076 Genome sequencing
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ContributorsDavid J. Bertioli, Soraya Leal-Bertioli, Mark D. Burrow, Ethalinda K.S. Cannon, Steven B. Cannon, Sudhansu Dash, Lutz Froenicke, Patricia Guimaraes, Scott A. Jackson, Richard W. Michelmore, Marcia C. Moretzsohn, Brian E. Scheffler, Liu Xin, Rajeev Varshney
Project start date2013
Estimated size1.56Gb
Source mat idacc:K30076;source:(Active Germplasm Bank of Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology;
Project typegenome assembly
Project descriptionArachis ipaensis is a wild annual plant native to Bolivia. It is thought to be one of the diploid ancestors of cultivated tetraploid peanut. Arachis ipaensis accession K30076 was sequenced at Beijing Genomics Institute, with funding from The Peanut Foundation, as part of the International Peanut Genome Initiative. The sequencing stragety was whole-genome shotgun, from eight Illumina paired-end sequencing libraries, with insert sizes ranging from 170 bp to 40 kb. The primary contig and scaffold assemblies were constructed using SOAPdenovo (v2.04). Additional scaffolding was conducted using the SSPACE software.
Release date1/13/2015
FundingThe Peanut Foundatino
ConsortiumThe International Peanut Genome Initiative
Consortium URLhttp://www.peanutbioscience.com/peanutgenomeinitiative.html
Data providerIowa State University
Submitting organizationThe Peanut Foundation
Submitting organization URLhttp://www.peanutfoundation.org
Investigation typeeucaryote
Project PIScott Jackson