4 Works

Data from: \"Transcriptomic resources for the critically endangered stellate sturgeon Acipenser stellatus\" in Genomic Resources Notes accepted 1 April 2015 – 31 May 2015

Michele Vidotto, Alessandro Grapputo, Elisa Boscari, Lorenzo Zane & Leonardo Congiu
This article documents the public availability of transcriptomic resources of the non-model and critically endangered starlet sturgeon Acipenser stellatus.

Data from: New resources for genetic studies in Populus nigra: genome wide SNP discovery and development of a 12k Infinium array

P. Faivre Rampant, G. Zaina, V. Jorge, S. Giacomello, V. Segura, S. Scalabrin, V. Guérin, E. De Paoli, C. Aluome, M. Viger, F. Cattonaro, A. Payne, P. PaulStephenRaj, MC. Le Paslier, A. Berard, M. R. Allwright, M. Villar, G. Taylor, C. Bastien, M. Morgante, P. Faivre-Rampant & M. C. Le Paslier
Whole genome resequencing of 51 Populus nigra (L.) individuals from across Western Europe was performed using Illumina platforms. A total number of 1,878,727 SNPs distributed along the P. nigra reference sequence were identified. The SNP calling accuracy was validated with Sanger sequencing. SNPs were selected within 14 previously identified QTL regions; 2916 expressional candidate genes related to rust resistance, wood properties, water-use efficiency and bud phenology and 1732 genes randomly spread across the genome. Over...

Data from: \"Characterization of two Iberian freshwater fish transcriptomes, Squalius carolitertii and Squalius torgalensis, living in distinct environmental conditions\" in Genomic Resources Notes Accepted 1 April 2015 to 31 May 2015

Tiago Filipe Jesus, Ana Rita Grosso, Vera Maria Fonseca Almeida-Val & Maria Manuela Coelho
The advance of NGS technologies opened exciting research avenues, as for example expanding the study of the mechanisms underlying adaptation from model organisms to natural systems. We used NGS technologies to sequence 12 RNA-seq libraries, and provide the first transcriptomes of two endemic Iberian Cyprinids. The species Squalius carolitertii and S. torgalensis inhabit different regions of Portugal with distinct climate types, Atlantic in the North and Mediterranean in the South, respectively. While northern regions present...

Data from: Conservation tillage mitigates the negative effect of landscape simplification on biological control

Giovanni Tamburini, Serena De Simone, Maurizia Sigura, Francesco Boscutti & Lorenzo Marini
Biological pest control is a key ecosystem service, and it depends on multiple factors acting from the local to the landscape scale. However, the effects of soil management on biological control and its potential interaction with landscape are still poorly understood. In a field exclusion experiment, we explored the relative effect of tillage system (conservation vs. conventional tillage) on aphid biological control in 15 pairs of winter cereal fields (barley and wheat) selected along a...

Registration Year

  • 2015

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  • University of Udine
  • University of Padua
  • Centre National de Génotypage
  • University of Southampton
  • Institut National des Sciences Appliquées Centre Val de Loire
  • University of Bonn
  • Freie Universität Berlin
  • Istituto di Genomica Applicata