The endangered Cedrela balansae C. Meliaceae is a high-value timber species with great potential for forest plantations that inhabits the tropical forests in Northwestern Argentina. Research on this species is scarce because of the limited genetic and genomic information available. Here, we explored the transcriptome of C. Following de novo assembling, we identified 27, non-redundant unigenes longer than bp, and considered these transcripts for further downstream analysis. The functional annotation was performed searching the 27, unigenes against the NR-Protein and the Interproscan databases. This analysis revealed 26, genes with homology in at least one of the Database analyzed. Furthermore, 7, unigenes in different active biological pathways in C. Moreover, after in silico analyses, we detected 2, simple sequence repeats SSRs markers. The gene catalog and molecular markers obtained here represent a starting point for further research, which will assist genetic breeding programs in the Cedrela genus and will contribute to identifying key populations for its preservation.
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Aim of study: The aim of the study was to characterize functional microsatellite markers in Prosopis alba and examine the transferability to species from the Prosopis genus. Material and Methods: Eleven SSR functional markers related to stress and metabolism were amplified in a sample of genotypes from P. Main results: In P. The cross-species transferability was high with high percentages of polymorphic loci. Keywords: genetic variation ; functional markers ; microsatellites ; prosopis. Citation: Pomponio, M. Resource communication: Characterization of functional SSR markers in Prosopis alba and their transferability across Prosopis species.
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