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Global research team decodes genome sequence of 90 chickpea lines
Date:1/28/2013

could reduce to half the time to breed for a new variety with market-preferred traits." he adds.

According to Professor Jun Wang, Director of BGI, "The collaboration between BGI and ICRISAT has yielded significant achievements in orphan crops research, like the pigeonpea genome before and now, the chickpea genome. I believe that our partnership will revolutionize research on orphan crops, which are key staple crops in many low-income countries and are extremely important to smallholder farmers worldwide. The chickpea genome sequencing project was undertaken by the ICGSC led by ICRISAT, the University of California-Davis (USA) and BGI-Shenzhen (China) with key involvement of national partners in India, USA, Canada, Spain, Australia, Germany and Czech Republic.


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Contact: Jia Liu
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BGI Shenzhen
Source:Eurekalert

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