Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Discovery in Cultivated Tomato via Sequencing by Synthesis

  title={Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Discovery in Cultivated Tomato via Sequencing by Synthesis},
  author={John P. Hamilton and S Sim and Kevin Stoffel and Allen Van Deynze and C. Robin Buell and David Merrill Francis},
Plant breeding is enhanced by the availability of molecular markers for rapid screening and selection in populations. Identifi cation of polymorphic loci in cultivated tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) has been hampered by limited genome sampling across cultivated types. Whole transcriptome sequencing of six accessions that span cultivated market classes was performed using sequencing by synthesis. A total of 291,915,037 quality fi ltered reads representing 17 Gb of sequence were generated… CONTINUE READING
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