Analysis of papaya BAC end sequences reveals first insights into the organization of a fruit tree genome

@article{Lai2006AnalysisOP,
  title={Analysis of papaya BAC end sequences reveals first insights into the organization of a fruit tree genome},
  author={Chun Wan J. Lai and Qingyi Yu and Shaobin Hou and Rachel L. Skelton and Meghan R. Jones and Kanako L. T. Lewis and Jan E. Murray and Moriah Eustice and Peizhu Guan and Ricelle Agbayani and Paul H. Moore and Ray Ming and Gernot G. Presting},
  journal={Molecular Genetics and Genomics},
  year={2006},
  volume={276},
  pages={1-12}
}
Papaya (Carica papaya L.) is a major tree fruit crop of tropical and subtropical regions with an estimated genome size of 372 Mbp. We present the analysis of 4.7% of the papaya genome based on BAC end sequences (BESs) representing 17 million high-quality bases. Microsatellites discovered in 5,452 BESs and flanking primer sequences are available to papaya breeding programs at http://www.genomics.hawaii.edu/papaya/BES . Sixteen percent of BESs contain plant repeat elements, the vast majority (83… CONTINUE READING
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