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SRX3388010: Targeted sequence capture from Calandrinia balonensis
1 ILLUMINA (Illumina HiSeq 2500) run: 4.8M spots, 871.7M bases, 527.4Mb downloads

Design: The libraries were generated using targeted sequence capture, with baits designed from transcriptomes of the Portullugo. Baits were designed from genes involved in CAM and C4 photosynthesis and other miscellaneous nuclear genes. Chloroplast DNA and nrDNA were captured incidentally.
Submitted by: Brown University
Study: Phylogeny, evolution, and biogeographic history of Calandrinia (Montiaceae)
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Calandrinia are small, succulent herbs that display broad variation in habitat, growth form, morphology, life history, and photosynthetic metabolism. The lineage is traditionally placed within the Montiaceae, which in turn is sister to the rest of the Portulacineae (Caryophyllales). Calandrinia occupies two distinct biogeographic regions, one in the Americas with about 14 species, and one in Australia with about 70 species. Past analyses of the Montiaceae present conflicting hypotheses for the phylogenetic placement and monophyly of Calandrinia, and to date, there has been no molecular phylogenetic analysis of the Australian species. Using a targeted gene enrichment approach, we sequenced 297 loci from multiple gene families of interest across Calandrinia and the Montiaceae, including all named and 16 putative new species of Australian Calandrinia, and the enigmatic monotypic genus Rumicastrum.
SAMN07987715 • SRS2683343 • All experiments • All runs
Name: Calandrinia_balonensis_57
Instrument: Illumina HiSeq 2500
Strategy: OTHER
Selection: Hybrid Selection
Layout: PAIRED
Runs: 1 run, 4.8M spots, 871.7M bases, 527.4Mb
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