Silkworm Nucleotide Databases--Current Trends and Future Prospects (Current Trends) - Bioinformation

Silkworm Nucleotide Databases--Current Trends and Future Prospects (Current Trends)

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  • Release Date - Published: 2008-01-01
  • Book Genre: Medical
  • Author: Bioinformation
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Background: The silkworm Bombyx mori, is a monophagous insect, which feeds on the leaf of the Morus species, commonly known as mulberry. Bred in captivity for over 5000 years, it is now fully domesticated. Silk cocoons from this species are the source of commercial silkyarn. Its closest and only wild relative is the Bombyx mandarina, which is found in northern India, Southern and Southeastern parts of Asia. The Bombyx mori has an estimated haploid nuclear genome size of 530 Mb broken into 28 chromosomes [1].

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