Transcriptome profiling of abiotic responses to heat, cold, salt, and osmotic stress of Capsicum annuum L.
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- Transcriptome profiling of abiotic responses to heat, cold, salt, and osmotic stress of Capsicum annuum L.
- W H Kang; Young Mi Sim; Namjin Koo; J Y Nam; J Lee; N Kim; H Jang; Yong Min Kim; S I Yeom
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- Scientific Data, vol. 7, pp. 17-17
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- Peppers (Capsicum annuum L.), belonging to the Solanaceae family, are one of the most economically important crops globally. Like other crops, peppers are threatened by diverse environmental conditions due to different pathogens and abiotic stresses. High-quality reference genomes with massive datasets of transcriptomes from various conditions can provide clues to preferred agronomic traits for breeding. However, few global gene expression profiling datasets have been published to examine the environmental stress-resistant mechanisms in peppers. In this study, we report the RNA-seq analyses of peppers treated with heat, cold, salinity, and osmotic stress at six different time points. RNA-seq libraries from 78 RNA samples containing three biological replicates per time point for each of the abiotic stresses and a mock control were constructed. A total of 204.68？Gb of transcriptome data were verified by differentially expressed genes and gene ontology enrichment analysis. Analyses of the transcriptome data in this study will provide useful information for basic studies of various stimuli to facilitate the development of stress-resistant pepper cultivars.
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