Details for species Solanum habrochaites
Solanum habrochaites is a wild tomato species that is found on the Western slopes of the Andes from Central Ecuador to Central Peru. It has been used in a numerous genomic studies, such as identification of QTLs for traits of agronomic importance (1) or analysis of a set of 99 near isogenic lines (NILs) and backcross recombinant inbred lines (BCRILs) that cover more than 85% of Solanum habrochaites genome (2). It has also been used in biochemical analysis of fruit sucrose accumulation (3).
More tomato genetic resources can be found in:
* Tomato Genetic Resource Center.
non Solanum hirsutum (Vahl) Dunal, Solanum habrochaites S.Knapp & D.M.Spooner, Lycopersicon hirsutum Dunal, Lycopersicon hirsutum
asterids, lamiids, Solanales, Solanaceae, Solanoideae, Solaneae, Solanum, Lycopersicon
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The Solanum habrochaites data has been submitted by the Tomato Genome Project funded by the NSF. Most libraries were generated in the laboratory of Prof. Steven Tanksley at Cornell University. The sequencing was mostly performed by TIGR.
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