Introduction

Resource Data information

  Reference genome
Crops Species Genome size (bp) No. of scaffolds No. of Gene Loci No. of annotated genes Contributor 諛붾줈媛湲
Pepper Capsicum annuum cv. CM334 version 1.55 3,063,870,048 35,801 35,884 29,138 (81%) Prof. Choi Genome Browser
Pepper Capsicum baccatum PGC81 3,215,640,822 23,278 35,874 27,661 (77%) Prof. Choi Genome Browser
Pepper Capsicum chinense PI159236 3,009,382,738 50,372 35,009 28,925 (83%) Prof. Choi Genome Browser
*Annotation : 援궡뿉꽌 빐룆븳 3媛쒖쥌 怨좎텛 coding sequences쓽 amino acid 꽌뿴쓣 InterProScan DB annotation 닔뻾
  Resource Data
Species Resource Data type Total (bp) Contributor 諛붾줈媛湲
Capsicum annuum 120 RIL F7~9(Perennial x Dempsey) Resequencing 209,060,048,773 Prof. Kang & Kwon Bin map
Capsicum annuum 355 Core collection Resequencing - Prof. Kang & Kwon Search Phenotypes
Capsicum annuum 355 Core collection Resequencing 209,060,048,773 Prof. Kang & Kwon Search SNPs

  NCBI-SRA Resequencing Data
Species name No. of SRA
Capsicum annuum 43
Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum 3
Capsicum chinense 5
Capsicum frutescens 2
Piper nigrum (black pepper) 1

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Contributor

[Contributor 1] Pepper Genome projects ; prof. Choi, Seoul National University

  • The hot pepper genome (Mexican landrace of Capsicum annuum cv. CM334) has been sequenced by an international group of scientists from Korea, Israel and USA. The sequence was published in Nature Genetics in January 2014. The official page for this genome sequences is http://peppergenome.snu.ac.kr/
  • Prof. Choi provided the pepper genome data including genome and gene sequence, track data, and annotation data available to Genome browser.
  • Also resequencing data of 120 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) were used to develop genome browser, SNP database, genetic map (bin map) construction.

[Contributor 2] Pepper resource (materials) ; prof. Kang, Seoul National University

  • Prof. Kang provided the RIL population used to develop genetic map of pepper.
  • 120 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) derived from a cross between the C. annuum cv. Perennial and Dempsey.