A comprehensive draft genome sequence for lupin (Lupinus angustifolius), an emerging health food: insights into plant-microbe interactions and legume evolution

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TitleA comprehensive draft genome sequence for lupin (Lupinus angustifolius), an emerging health food: insights into plant-microbe interactions and legume evolution
AuthorsHane JK, Ming Y, Kamphuis LG, Nelson MN, Garg G, Atkins CA, Bayer PE, Bravo A, Bringans S, Cannon S, Edwards D, Foley R, Gao LL, Harrison MJ, Huang W, Hurgobin B, Li S, Liu CW, McGrath A, Morahan G, Murray J, Weller J, Jian J, Singh KB
TypeJournal Article
Journal NamePlant biotechnology journal
Volume15
Issue3
Year2017
Page(s)318-330
CitationHane JK, Ming Y, Kamphuis LG, Nelson MN, Garg G, Atkins CA, Bayer PE, Bravo A, Bringans S, Cannon S, Edwards D, Foley R, Gao LL, Harrison MJ, Huang W, Hurgobin B, Li S, Liu CW, McGrath A, Morahan G, Murray J, Weller J, Jian J, Singh KB. A comprehensive draft genome sequence for lupin (Lupinus angustifolius), an emerging health food: insights into plant-microbe interactions and legume evolution. Plant biotechnology journal. 2017 03; 15(3):318-330.

Abstract

Lupins are important grain legume crops that form a critical part of sustainable farming systems, reducing fertilizer use and providing disease breaks. It has a basal phylogenetic position relative to other crop and model legumes and a high speciation rate. Narrow-leafed lupin (NLL; Lupinus angustifolius L.) is gaining popularity as a health food, which is high in protein and dietary fibre but low in starch and gluten-free. We report the draft genome assembly (609 Mb) of NLL cultivar Tanjil, which has captured >98% of the gene content, sequences of additional lines and a dense genetic map. Lupins are unique among legumes and differ from most other land plants in that they do not form mycorrhizal associations. Remarkably, we find that NLL has lost all mycorrhiza-specific genes, but has retained genes commonly required for mycorrhization and nodulation. In addition, the genome also provided candidate genes for key disease resistance and domestication traits. We also find evidence of a whole-genome triplication at around 25 million years ago in the genistoid lineage leading to Lupinus. Our results will support detailed studies of legume evolution and accelerate lupin breeding programmes.

Stocks
This publication contains information about 5 stocks:
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P27255P27255wild_unimproved
83A:47683A:476breeding_research_material
83A:476/P27255-RIL83A:476/P27255-RILpopulation
TanjilTanjilcultivar
83A:476/P27255-RIL-201783A:476/P27255-RIL-2017population
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URLhttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/pbi.12615
Publication ModelPrint-Electronic
ISSN1467-7652
Language Abbreng
LanguageEnglish
Journal CountryEngland
eISSN1467-7652
DOI10.1111/pbi.12615
Journal AbbreviationPlant Biotechnol. J.
Publication Date2017 03
Publication TypeJournal Article
Copyright© 2016 The Authors. Plant Biotechnology Journal published by Society for Experimental Biology and The Association of Applied Biologists and John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Elocation10.1111/pbi.12615
Publication TypeResearch Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
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