Data from: A chromosomal-scale genome assembly of Tectona grandis reveals the importance of tandem gene duplication and enables discovery of genes in natural product biosynthetic pathways

Dongyan Zhao, John P. Hamilton, Wajid Waheed Bhat, Sean R. Johnson, Grant T. Godden, Taliesin J. Kinser, Benoît Boachon, Natalia Dudareva, Douglas E. Soltis, Pamela S. Soltis, Bjoern Hamberger & C. Robin Buell
Background: Teak, a member of the Lamiaceae family, produces one of the most expensive hardwoods in the world. High demand coupled with deforestation have caused a decrease in natural teak forests, and future supplies will be reliant on teak plantations. Hence, selection of teak tree varieties for clonal propagation with superior growth performance is of great importance, and access to high-quality genetic and genomic resources can accelerate the selection process by identifying genes underlying desired...
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