Organization of the genome sequence of the polyploid crop species Brassica juncea

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Fig. 1: Quality control assessment of genome sequence organization of B. juncea using genome-ordered graphical genotypes, chromosomes A1 and J1 as an example.

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The B. juncea mRNA-seq data used for production of the graphical genotypes have been deposited in the SRA data library under project ID PRJNA471033.


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This work was supported by the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BB/L002124/1, BB/L011751/1), including work carried out within the ERA-CAPS Research Program (BB/L027844/1). We would like to thank I. Parkin and A. Harper for their valuable comments on a draft of this manuscript.

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Z.H. and I.B. designed the study and analyzed the data. I.B. wrote the manuscript and Z.H. read and approved the manuscript for publication.

Correspondence to Ian Bancroft.

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