Arabidopsis 2010 - 1,001 Genomes:
Plant biologists need many completely sequenced and functionally annotated genomes within each species in order to fully exploit the power of evolution to understand how an organism functions and adapts to its environment. Researchers interested in natural variation in Arabidopsis propose to generate genomic DNA sequences from over 1000 inbred strains, driving technology developments in both hardware for the DNA sequencing itself and in software development to make sense of the DNA sequence data.
The goal of this research project is to record the genetic variation in the entire genome of many strains of the reference plant Arabidopsis thaliana.
[Done by Salk]
[Done by JGI]
[Done by MPI]
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