Data from: A high-density exome capture genotype-by-sequencing panel for forestry breeding in Pinus radiata

Emily J Telfer, Natalie J Graham, Yongjun Li, Jaroslav Klapste, , Leandro G Neves, Heidi Dungey & Phillip Wilcox
Development of genome-wide resources for application in genomic selection or genome-wide association studies, in the absences of full reference genomes, present a challenge to the forestry industry, where longer breeding cycles could benefit from the accelerated selection possible through marker-based breeding value predictions. In particular, large conifer megagenomes require a strategy to reduce complexity, whilst ensuring genome-wide coverage is achieved. Using a transcriptome-based reference template, we have successfully developed a high density exome capture genotype-by-sequencing...
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