Table 2

Transcriptome resources in forest trees

Family

Genus

Species

Sequence

access

Transcriptome

Related publications


Pinaceae

Pinus

taeda (loblolly pine)

[14,19,55]

EST sequencing (Sanger)

[56-59]

[14,19,60]

EST sequencing (454)

[60]

[19]

Exome resequencing

[61]


Pinus

lambertiana (sugar pine)

[14,19,60]

EST sequencing (454)

[60]


Pseudotsuga

menziesii (Douglas-fir)

[14,19]

EST sequencing (Sanger)

[14,19,62]

EST sequencing (454)

[60,63,64]


Pinus

sylvestris (Scots pine)

[14,19,55]

EST sequencing (Sanger)


Pinus

pinsater (maritime pine)

[14,19,65]

EST sequencing (Sanger/454)

[65,66]


Pinus

radiata (Monterey pine)

[14,19,55]

EST sequencing (Sanger)

[67-72]


Picea

abies (Norway spruce)

[14,19,60]

EST sequencing (454)

[60]

[19]

EST sequencing (Next-Gen)

[73]


Picea

glauca (white spruce)

[19]

UniGenes (Sanger/454)

[74]


Salicaceae

Populus

trichocarpa (black cottonwood)

[14,19,75]

EST sequencing (Sanger)

[75-78]

[19]

Exon capture

[79]

[14,19]

UniGenes (Sanger)

[80]


Populus

tremula (European aspen)

[14,19,75]

EST sequencing (Sanger)

[75,81]


Populus

tremula x tremuloides

[14,19,75]

EST sequencing (Sanger)

[75,76]


Populus

tremuloides (quaking aspen)

[14,19]

EST sequencing (Next-Gen)

[82]


Populus

nigra (black poplar)

[14,19]

UniGenes (Sanger)

[83]


Myrtaceae

Eucalytpus

grandis (rose gum)

[14,19]

EST sequencing (Sanger)

[84-86]

[14,19]

EST sequencing (NextGen)

[87]


Eucalyptus

globulus (blue gum)

[14,19]

EST sequencing (Next-Gen)

[41,88]


Eucalyptus

camaldulensis (river red gum)

[14,19]

EST sequencing (RNA-Seq)

[89]


Fagaceae

Quercus

robur (English oak)

[19,90]

EST sequencing (454)

[91]


Castanea

mollissima (Chinese chestnut)

[50]

EST sequencing (454)

[92,93]


Oleaceae

Fraxinus

excelsior (European ash)

[19]

EST sequencing (454)

[94]


Details current transcriptome sequencing projects in forest trees with sequence access information and relevant publications.

Neale et al. Genome Biology 2013 14:120   doi:10.1186/gb-2013-14-6-120