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Genomic, Genetic and Breeding Resources for Cotton Research Discovery and Crop Improvement Cotton Incorporated USDA ARS Bayer Dow Monsanto SAAESD WSU. CottonGen is developed by the Mainlab at Washington State University. Copyright © This site is designed to work with IE, Chrome, Firefox. Cotton, commonly well-known as one of the most important economic crops, with its fiber, as cotton lint, is a principal source for the textile industry world-wide. There are 75 cotton-producing countries located between 32° south and 47° north latitude on the globe, and 33 million ha, or about 5% of the world's arable land. 20 Apr The allotetraploid genome of Upland cotton G. hirsutum has been estimated, using various methods, as – Gb. We generated a total of Gb, or fold haploid genome coverage, of raw paired-end Illumina reads by sequencing whole genome shotgun (WGS) libraries of homozygous cv. 'TM-1'.
18 May The complex allotetraploid nature of the cotton genome (AADD; 2n = 52) makes genetic, genomic and functional analyses extremely challenging. Here we sequenced and assembled the Gossypium arboreum (AA; 2n = 26) genome, a putative contributor of the A subgenome. A total of Gb of clean. Cotton is the largest source of natural textile fiber and a main oilseed crop, with major scientific, environmental, and socio-economic footprints. Each cotton fiber is a highly elongated seed hair with a secondary wall composed of almost pure cellulose. The large numbers (~20, per seed) and nearly synchronous. Cotton is the world's most important renewable textile fiber and a significant oilseed crop . Cotton fiber is widely used for apparel, home furnishings, and other diverse industrial products. World consumption of cotton fiber is ~ million bales or ~million metric tons per year (National Cotton Council.
Keywords, Photosynthesis. Statistics, Number of protein genes: Number of RNA genes: Created, Reference, PMID: Authors, Li F et al. Title, Genome sequence of cultivated Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum TM-1) provides insights into genome evolution. Journal, Nat Biotechnol Nat Biotechnol. May;33(5) doi: /nbt Epub Apr Genome sequence of cultivated Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum TM-1) provides insights into genome evolution. Li F(1), Fan G(2), Lu C(1), Xiao G(3), Zou C(1), Kohel RJ(4), Ma Z(5), Shang H(1), Ma X(1), Wu J(1), Liang X(2), Huang G(3). Despite rapidly decreasing costs and innovative technologies, sequencing of angiosperm genomes is not yet undertaken lightly. Generating larger amounts of sequence data more quickly does not address the difficulties of sequencing and assembling complex genomes de novo. The cotton (Gossypium spp.) genomes.