Background: The recent development of next generation sequencing technologies has made it possible to generate very large amounts of sequence data in species with little or no genome information. Combined with the large phenotypic databases available for wild and non-model species, these data will provide an unprecedented opportunity to “genomicise” ecological model organisms and establish the genetic basis of quantitative traits in natural populations. Results: This paper describes the seque...Expand abstract
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Characterisation of the transcriptome of a wild great tit Parus major population by next generation sequencing
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