Data from: Phylogenomic mining of the mints reveals multiple mechanisms contributing to the evolution of chemical diversity in Lamiaceae

Mint Evolutionary Genomics Consortium, Boachon B, Buell CR, Crisovan E, Dudareva N, Garcia N, Godden G, Henry L, Kamileen MO, Kates HR, Kilgore MB, Lichman BR, Mavrodiev EV, Newton L, Rodriguez-Lopez C, O’Connor SE, Soltis D, Soltis P, Vaillancourt B, Wiegert-Rininger K, Zhao D

Date Published: July 11, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tj1p3.2

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Description This folder contains expression abundance and functional annotation of all representative transcripts (the longest isoforms) of 52 Lamiales species (48 Lamiaceae species plus 4 outgroup species) (Zipped folder).
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Title OrthoFinder derived orthologous and paralogous groups.zip
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Description All orthogroups generated from all 52 Lamiales species and key reference proteomes using OrthoFinder/v0.7.1 usingTransDecoder-predicted peptide sequences (Zipped folder).
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Description TransDecoder-predicted CDS sequences of all 52 species generated in this study (Zipped folder).
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Description All 52 species, except Tectona and three outgroups (Aureolaria, Paulownia, Petrea), were kept in a common greenhouse room at the University of Florida with air-conditioning and sampled within a period of six months (July 2015-January 2016). Most plants were sampled between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Mean temperature inside the greenhouse room was 76°F (67–81°F) and mean humidity was 62% (49–75%). All plants were at an adult stage and the majority were at the vegetative stage (i.e., not flowering) when sampled (see Dataset 1 for details). With the exception of four species with limited plant material, fully expanded young leaves were preferentially sampled from a single individual; however, older leaves had to be sampled, especially for species with smaller leaves, to fulfill the total amount of material needed to distribute to perform metabolite profiling and transcriptome sequencing. Photographs were taken on the day of sampling.
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Mint Evolutionary Genomics Consortium. Boachon B, Buell CR, Crisovan E, Dudareva N, Garcia N, Godden G, Henry L, Kamileen MO, Kates HR, Kilgore MB, Lichman BR, Mavrodiev EV, Newton L, Rodriguez-Lopez C, O'Connor SE, Soltis D, Soltis P, Vaillancourt B, Wiegert-Rininger K, Zhao D (2018) Phylogenomic mining of the mints reveals multiple mechanisms contributing to the evolution of chemical diversity in Lamiaceae. Molecular Plant 11(8): 1084-1096. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molp.2018.06.002

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Mint Evolutionary Genomics Consortium, Boachon B, Buell CR, Crisovan E, Dudareva N, Garcia N, Godden G, Henry L, Kamileen MO, Kates HR, Kilgore MB, Lichman BR, Mavrodiev EV, Newton L, Rodriguez-Lopez C, O’Connor SE, Soltis D, Soltis P, Vaillancourt B, Wiegert-Rininger K, Zhao D (2018) Data from: Phylogenomic mining of the mints reveals multiple mechanisms contributing to the evolution of chemical diversity in Lamiaceae. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tj1p3.2
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