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Apis mellifera intermissa is the native honeybee subspecies of Algeria. This bee is very important due to its high ability to adapt to great variations in climatic conditions and due to its preferable cleaning behavior. The Mb genome is being annotated and analyzed. Comparison with the genome of other Apis mellifera sub-species promises to yield insights into the evolution of adaptations to high temperature and resistance to Varroa parasite infestation. Apis mellifera intermissa , the native honeybee subspecies of Algeria and most of North Africa, is distinctly darker [13] with some times light illumination on the tergites.

This honey bee is characterized by a small size, nervousness, aggressive defense behavior and an abundant use of propolis [12]. Ritter [11] described the tolerance of A. Moreover it has a higher level of hygienic behavior compared with several other subspecies [8] and it is characterized by a good cleaning ability [2]. Some pathogens and viruses had been detected, at a low level, in A.

Such abilities of adaptation to variable climatic conditions, hygienic behavior, Varroa mite tolerance, low infestation with American foulbrood, Nosema , and DWV virus makes A. Therefore pure lines samples of A. Here, we report the draft genome sequence of A. The raw data obtained were trimmed at either end based on the quality score analysis performed using SeqQC tool. Poor or bad quality bases, probably originating from sequencing mis-calls, were trimmed off before subjecting it to the assembly software.

After the primary analysis of the assembly described below, based on contig sizes, genome representation and its functional elements, the output will be taken up for further analysis. Illumina library has uniform read length of Short reads paired-end read data, The result shows that 59 hash-length has assembled the best assembly in terms of total contig length, number of contigs generated, and N50 value.

The denovo assembly generated contigs. SOAP denovo was used with default parameters. Scaffolding resulted in , scaffolds. To leverage such pairs and to make better use of long insert libraries, scaffolding is carried out.

SSPACE scaffolder is used with these parameters: minimum number of overlapping bases with the seed is 45, minimum overlap required between contigs to merge adjacent contigs in a scaffold is 50, minimum read pairs to compute scaffold is 5, contig extension is switched on, minimum number of reads needed to call a base during an extension is 20, and maximum number of allowed gaps during mapping with Bowtie Langmead et al.

Scaffolds do consist of uncalled bases Ns. To fill these inter-scaffold Ns with nucleotides, gap closure is done using Gap Closer tool later. With the help of SSPACE scaffolding using Illumina library, the assembly showed significant improvement in N50 value and significant reduction in number of contigs.

The draft genome information reported here provides opportunity for further research into the mechanism involved in adaptations that allow the organisms to thrive in high temperature environments and how these bees have good immunity and are resistant to infestation of Varroa parasite.

Apis m. This bee is very aggressive, nervous and produces many broods with many queen cells [6]. Here we report the draft genome sequence of this honey bee. Comparison with the genome of other Apis m. We would like to thank the Algerian beekeepers Hamzaoui M. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. Journal List Genom Data v. Genom Data. Published online Feb Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

Noureddine Adjlane: zd. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Associated Data Supplementary Materials Supplementary table. Abstract Apis mellifera intermissa is the native honeybee subspecies of Algeria. Open in a separate window. De-novo assembly of sequenced genome data Short reads paired-end read data, Summary Apis m. Competing interests The authors have declared that no competing interest exists.

Acknowledgments We would like to thank the Algerian beekeepers Hamzaoui M. Appendix A. Supplementary data Supplementary table. Click here to view. References 1. Adjlane N. Comparative study between techniques for the diagnosis of American foulbrood Paenibacillus larvae in honeybee colony. The first data on hygienic behavior of Apis mellifera intermissa in Algeria. Earth Sci. Barour C. Forewing shape variation in Algerian honey bee populations of Apis mellifera intermissa Buttel-Reepen, Hymenoptera: Apidae : a landmark-based geometric morphometrics analysis.

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Apis mellifera intermissa is the native honeybee subspecies of Algeria. This bee is very important due to its high ability to adapt to great variations in climatic conditions and due to its preferable cleaning behavior. The Mb genome is being annotated and analyzed. Comparison with the genome of other Apis mellifera sub-species promises to yield insights into the evolution of adaptations to high temperature and resistance to Varroa parasite infestation. Apis mellifera intermissa , the native honeybee subspecies of Algeria and most of North Africa, is distinctly darker [13] with some times light illumination on the tergites.

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