The selected accession, named 'Banksii' belongs to the subspecies of Musa acuminata spp. banksii native to south-east Asia in Papua New Guinea. Banksii-derived cultivars played a major role in the development of several important diploid and triploid cultivar groups that are now widely dispersed.
The draft genome is released in early access before publication.
If you have any question, please don’t hesitate to contact Mathieu Rouard (m.rouard_at_cgiar.org) and Angélique D’Hont (dhont_at_cirad.fr)
Restrictions on dataset usage
- I would like to use this data to help clone a gene, analyse a gene family, etc.
Please use this data to advance your studies. Please cite “M. acuminata banksii v1.0 – Banana Genome Hub http://banana-genome-hub.southgreen.fr/organism/Musa/banksii”
- I would like to do a large-scale comparison of Musa acuminata banksii to other genomes, and/or a global analysis of its gene content.
Bioversity and CIRAD are making the completed Musa acuminata banksii genome sequence available before scientific publication according to the Ft. Lauderdale Accord. This balances the imperative of Bioversity and CIRAD that the data be made available as soon and as completely as possible with the desire of contributing scientists and Bioversity and CIRAD to reserve a reasonable period of time to publish on the large scale genome sequencing and analysis without concerns about preemption by other groups. By accessing these data, you agree not to publish any articles containing analyses of genes or genomic data on a whole genome or chromosome scale prior to publication by Bioversity or CIRAD of a comprehensive genome analysis.
If these data are used for publication, the following acknowledgment should be included: 'These sequence data were produced by the Bioversity and CIRAD supported by the CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas'.
We prefer that potential users of this sequence assembly contact the individuals listed under Contacts with their plans to ensure that proposed usage of sequence data are not considered Reserved Analyses.