Towards population genomics in non-model species with large genomes: a case study of the marine zooplankton

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TitleTowards population genomics in non-model species with large genomes: a case study of the marine zooplankton
AuthorsChoquet M, Smolina I, Dhanasiri AKS, Blanco-Bercial L, Kopp M, Jueterbock A, Sundaram AYM, Hoarau G
TypeJournal Article
Journal NameRoyal Society open science
Volume6
Issue2
Year2019
Page(s)180608
CitationChoquet M, Smolina I, Dhanasiri AKS, Blanco-Bercial L, Kopp M, Jueterbock A, Sundaram AYM, Hoarau G. Towards population genomics in non-model species with large genomes: a case study of the marine zooplankton. Royal Society open science. 2019 Feb; 6(2):180608.

Abstract

Advances in next-generation sequencing technologies and the development of genome-reduced representation protocols have opened the way to genome-wide population studies in non-model species. However, species with large genomes remain challenging, hampering the development of genomic resources for a number of taxa including marine arthropods. Here, we developed a genome-reduced representation method for the ecologically important marine copepod

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Journal CountryEngland
Publication TypeJournal Article
Language Abbreng
LanguageEnglish
Elocation10.1098/rsos.180608
DOI10.1098/rsos.180608
Journal AbbreviationR Soc Open Sci
Publication Date2019 Feb
pISSN2054-5703
ISSN2054-5703
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