Study : Abelmoschus esculentus Raw sequence reads
Abelmoschus esculentus Raw sequence reads
Transcriptome sequencing was used to explore the biosynthesis pathways associated with the active constituents in okra. Transcriptome sequencing of five organs (roots, stem, leaves, ﬂowers and fruits) of okra enabled us to obtain 293,971 unigenes, of which 232,490 were annotated. Our comprehensive analysis provides important information at the molecular level about the flavonoid and polysaccharide biosynthesis pathways in okra.