Data from: Genomic signatures of adaptation to Sahelian and Soudanian climates in sorghum landraces of Senegal

Jacques M. Faye, Fanna Maina, Zhenbin Hu, Daniel Fonceka, Ndiaga Cisse & Geoffrey P. Morris
Uncovering the genomic basis of climate adaptation in traditional crop varieties can provide insight into plant evolution and facilitate breeding for climate resilience. In the African cereal sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. [Moench]), the genomic basis of adaptation to the semiarid Sahelian zone versus the subhumid Soudanian zone is largely unknown. To address this issue, we characterized a large panel of 421 georeferenced sorghum landrace accessions from Senegal and adjacent locations at 213,916 single‐nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)...
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