Cicer arietinum

Overview
GenusCicer
Speciesarietinum
Common Namechickpea
AbbreviationC. arietinum
PloidyDiploid
Chromosome Number2n=16
Genome Size~740 Mbp
Available Markers54,442
Available Maps42
Available QTLs514
Available MTLs19
Available Traits50
Available Genomes3
Germplasm
NameType
106867cultivar
106872cultivar
106941cultivar
110217cultivar
110219cultivar
110221cultivar
110409cultivar
110410cultivar
110467cultivar
209cultivar
2728(8)cultivar
81001cultivar
Amitbreeding_research_material
Annigericultivar
Annigeri-1cultivar
BG 1054cultivar
BG 1088cultivar
BG 1103cultivar
BG 1105cultivar
BG 1108cultivar

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KEGG
Transcripts

Below is a list of transcript assemblies that are available for Cicer arietinum. Click the assembly name for further details.

 
Assembly Name Analysis Name Date Constructed Stats
Cicer arietinum RefTrans V2 C. arietinum CSFL RefTrans V2 2017-09-25 RNA-Seq Reads: 1.0 billion
EST Reads: 52,788
Assembled Contigs: 56,176
Cicer arietinum RefTrans V1 C. arietinum CSFL RefTrans V1 2015-10-19 RNA-Seq Reads: 426 million
EST Reads: 44,618
Assembled Contigs: 50,864
Cicer arietinum unigene v1 Cicer arietinum unigene v1 2010-12-27 EST Reads: 34,985
Contigs: 3,755
Singlets: 9,690
Community Annotation

Manual curation of genomes is very time consuming, but improves the quality of genome annotations.  Most manual curations are done on a community level with multiple research groups participating and dividing up the work.

The Genome Sequence Annotation Server (GenSAS) allows for community curation of the published annotations using the integrated Web Apollo and JBrowse, but also allows users to run annotation tools that can be used in the annotation process.

We have created projects for both C. arietinum chromosome scaffolds and are hosting them in GenSAS for community annotation.  If you would like to participate, please request a GenSAS account and type "chickpea annotation" in the "Purpose" field.  Then please use the CSFL contact form and let us know your GenSAS user name and your desire to work on the chickpea annotation.  We will give you access to the GenSAS projects for these genomes.  

If you would like to coordinate the community annotation efforts, please let us know.  We are looking for members of the chickpea research community to set the annotation standards and monitor the community annotation.