Aegilops tauschii

Aegilops tauschii

Hexaploid bread wheat (genome constitution ABD) emerged from two successive hybridisation events from diploid progenitors 5.5 and 0.4 million years ago, respectively.

The progenitor of the D genome, the wild wheat Aegilops tauschii, has a genome size of 4.36 Gb.

We have established a diverse panel of 150 inbred and genotypically non-redundant accessions of Ae. tauschii ssp. strangulata from across its natural geographic range.

The panel displays extensive variation in flowering time, micronutrient content, and disease resistance.

Whole genome shotgun sequencing of 155 lines of Aegilops tauschii. The sequence coverage is between 10 and 30 fold. Most of the lines in this batch belong to lineage 2, but a few belong to lineage 1.

This batch of raw data is available under Toronto agreement here

Whole genome shotgun sequencing of 110 lines of Aegilops tauschii, exclusively of lineage 1. The sequence coverage is around 10 fold. The raw data folder of each accession is named using the identifiers of both KSU  and Brande Wulff lab, while the raw fastq files contain only the Brande Wulff lab identifier.

This batch of raw data is available under Toronto agreement here

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