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identifier PRJDB42
type bioproject
organism Cryptomeria japonica
title Transcriptome analysis of Cryptomeria japonica
description Cryptomeria japonica (Sugi) is an endemic conifer in Japan and is widely grown due to their rapid growth and high wood quality. However, the allergic reactions caused by its pollen have become a serious public-health problem in Japan. The genome size of conifers are very large and the estimated genome size of C. japonica is about 10.1 Gbp that is equivalent to three times the size of the human genome. Deep transcriptome sequencing is cost-effective way to identify the genes controlling vegetative and reproductive development. In this project, transcriptome profiling will be performed using full-length enriched cDNA library derived from needles, male and female strobili, and reproductive shoots.
data type Transcriptome or Gene Expression
Development of Technologies for Control of Pollen Production by Genetic Engineering By Forestry Agency of Japan
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sra-run  DRR001824DRR001825DRR001826DRR001827DRR001828DRR001829DRR001830DRR001831
sra-submission  DRA000521
biosample  SAMD00011364SAMD00011362SAMD00011365SAMD00011363
sra-study  DRP000545
sra-sample  DRS001253DRS001254DRS001255DRS001256
sra-experiment  DRX001287DRX001288DRX001289DRX001290DRX001291DRX001292DRX001293DRX001294
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status public
visibility unrestricted-access
dateCreated 2012-01-30T01:21:49+0000
dateModified 2017-02-24T06:21:13+0000
datePublished 2016-02-01T13:02:11+0000