Generation and characterization of expressed sequence tags in young roots of tea (Camellia assamica) View Full Text


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2015-12-18

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A. Das, M. Mukhopadhyay, T. K. Mondal

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Assam tea (Camellia assamica) is perennial crop susceptible to moisture stress. We used its tender roots to construct a cDNA library for the identification, functional annotation, and analysis of transcripts. A total of 811 full-length expressed sequence tags were generated. After processing and assembly, 207 unigenes comprising 58 contigs and 149 singletons were registered. Finally, 35.75 % of the unigenes could be assigned to functional categories based on the Arabidopsis proteome. There was 43 % of a coding GC content and 1 272 coding DNA sequences found in the unigenes. Codon usage analysis shows leucine as the highest (9.92 %) and tryptophan (2.0 %) as the lowest coded amino acids. Further, a comparative study with drought-induced genes of young roots (reported earlier) reveals that 4.83 % of genes required for normal growth of roots were also induced by a drought stress. Expressions of 10 unigenes under different abiotic stresses, such as drought, cold, and salinity, were further confirmed by RT-qPCR. The sequence tags generated in this study will be valuable resources for functional genomics study of tea and other woody crop plants in future. More... »

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