Genome sequence and genetic diversity of European ash trees
|dc.description.sponsorship||Eurofins MWG provided a discounted service for Illumina and 454 sequencing of the reference genome, funded by Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Urgency Grant NE/K01112X/1 to R.J.A.B. The associative transcriptomic and metabolomic work was part of the ‘Nornex’ project led by J.A.D. funded jointly by the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) (BBS/E/J/000CA5323) and the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs. The Earlham Institute, Norwich, UK, sequenced ‘Tree 35’ funded by ‘Nornex’ and the European Diversity Panel funded by the Earlham Institute National Capability in Genomics (BB/J010375/1) grant. W. Crowther assisted with DNA extractions for the KASP assay; The John Innes Centre contributed KASP analyses. J. F. Miranda assisted with RNA extractions and quantitative PCR with reverse transcription (qRT–PCR) at the University of York. H. V. Florance, N. Smirnoff and the Exeter Metabolomics Facility developed metabolomic methods and ran samples, and T. P. Howard helped with statistics. L.J.K. and R.J.A.B. were partly funded by Living with Environmental Change (LWEC) Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Initiative - Phase 2 grant BB/L012162/1 to R.J.A.B., S.L. and P. Jepson funded jointly by a grant from the BBSRC, Defra, Economic and Social Research Council, the Forestry Commission, NERC and the Scottish Government, under the Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Initiative. G.W. was funded by Teagasc Walsh Fellowship 2014001 to R.J.A.B. and G.C.D. E.D.C. was funded by a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship ‘FraxiFam’ (grant agreement 660003) to E.D.C. and R.J.A.B. E.S.A.S. and J.Z. were funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Initial Training Network INTERCROSSING. J.A.D. received a John Innes Foundation fellowship. We thank A. Joecker for supervising E.S.A.S. at Qiagen and for helpful discussions. R.H.R.G. is supported by a Norwich Research Park PhD Studentship and Earlham Institute Funding and Maintenance Grant. This research used Queen Mary’s MidPlus computational facilities, supported by QMUL Research-IT and funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council grant EP/K000128/1 and NERC EOS Cloud. D.J.S. acknowledges the support of BBSRC grant BB/N021452/1, which partly supported M.G., C.M.S. and D.J.S. during this work.||en_US|
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|dc.title||Genome sequence and genetic diversity of European ash trees||en_US|
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