Table 1

High quality SNP discovery results in ten lentil lines against the reference genotype CDC Redberry
Line Type Origin1 Adaptation2 Total 454 reads Reference assembly Contigs with SNPs Total SNPs Average read depth
CDC Redberry Small red Canada NT 1,034,231 27,921 N/A N/A N/A
CDC Robin Small red Canada NT 394,707 N/A 2177 4727 12
964A-46 Large green Canada NT 370,621 N/A 1967 4138 10
Eston Small green Turkey NT 410,494 N/A 1240 2690 17
PI 320937 Black Germany NT 419,342 N/A 2003 4276 11
LC8602303T Small red USA MED 366,006 N/A 2762 6371 13
ILL 5588 Small red Jordan MED 217,539 N/A 1684 3740 8
CDC Milestone Small green Canada NT 592,086 N/A 1569 3390 31
ILL 8006 Small red Bangladesh STS 523,958 N/A 4304 9797 15
L01-827A L. ervoides 3 MED 218,657 N/A 3264 10,793 10
IG 72815 L. ervoides ICARDA MED 370,513 N/A 5847 19,946 10
Total 4,918,154 11,0504 44,8794

All lines are L. culinaris except the last two, which are L. ervoides.

1. Origin indicates where line was originally collected or developed through hybridization and selection.

2. NT – northern temperate; MED – Mediterranean; STS – sub-tropical savannah.

3. Single plant selection from IG 72847.

4. Total non-redundant set of contigs and SNPs detected across all genotypes, respectively.

Sharpe et al.

Sharpe et al. BMC Genomics 2013 14:192   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-14-192

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