Draft genomes of two Atlantic bay scallop subspecies Argopecten irradians irradians and A. i. concentricus
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Li, Chao (2020). Draft genomes of two Atlantic bay scallop subspecies Argopecten irradians irradians and A. i. concentricus [Dataset]. Dryad. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hdr7sqvdr
The two subspecies of Atlantic bay scallop (Argopecten irradians), A. i. irradians and A. i. concentricus, are economically important aquacultural species in northern and southern China. Here, we performed the whole-genome sequencing, assembly, and gene annotation and produced draft genomes for both subspecies. In total, 253.17 and 272.97 gigabases (Gb) of raw reads were generated from Illumina Hiseq and PacBio platforms for A. i. irradians and A. i. concentricus, respectively. Draft genomes of 835.7 Mb and 874.82 Mb were assembled for the two subspecies, accounting for 83.9% and 89.79% of the estimated sizes of their corresponding genomes. The contig N50 was 78.54 kb and the scaffold N50 was 1.53 Mb for the A. i. irradians genome, and the contig and scaffold N50s were 63.73 kb and 1.25 Mb, respectively, for the A. i. concentricus genome. Moreover, 26,777 and 25,979 protein-coding genes were predicted for A. i. irradians and A. i. concentricus, respectively. These genomes lay foundation for future studies and provide guidances for scallop breeding.