Resource Type
G. triacanthos
Common Name
Organism Image

Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Chromosome Number: 2n = 28

Cross Reference
NameProgramDate Constructed
de novo Honey Locust (Gleditsia triacanthos)Trinity; CD-HIT-ESTAug 26th, 2014
Analysis Details
Provides detailed information on the programs used to assemble and annotate the data.
NameProgramDate Constructed
Honey Locust Ozone TreatmentsHTSeq; RPKMApr 6th, 2016
Honey Locust (blastx against TrEMBL)blastxApr 21st, 2016
Interpro Analysis of Honey Locust (Gleditsia triacanthos)InterProScanApr 21st, 2016
Honey Locust (blastx against sprot)blastxApr 21st, 2016
de novo Honey Locust (Gleditsia triacanthos)Trinity; CD-HIT-ESTAug 26th, 2014
Simple Sequence Repeats (SSR) prediction (G. triacanthos)SSR prediction pipelineJul 5th, 2018
Simple Sequence Repeats (SSR) polymorphism confirmation (G. triacanthos)SSR polymorphic test (G. triacanthos)Aug 16th, 2018
Biological Samples
HL225roots225ppb ozone, varying exposure timesHoneylocust -pooled seedling RNAs, 225 ppb ozone
HL125roots125ppb ozone, varying exposure timesHoneylocust -pooled seedling RNAs, 125 ppb ozone
HL80roots80ppb ozone, varying exposure timesHoneylocust -pooled seedling RNAs, 80 ppb ozone
HCL0rootsnoneHoneylocust -pooled seedling RNAs, control
HR-R-Contrrootnonehoneylocust seedlings - root sample - control
HL-HRrootheat(40C)-24hrhoneylocust seedlings - root sample - heat 40C 24hrs
HL-DRrootdrought(<1.0 mpa)honeylocust seedlings - root sample - drought (<1.0mpa)
HL-CR-24rootcold(4C)-24hrhoneylocust seedlings - root sample - cold 4C 24hrs
HL-CL-0rootcold(4C)-immediatelyhoneylocust seedlings - root sample - cold 4C immediate
Mapping Population

Locations: University of Tennessee, Ames Plantation in Ames, TN and East Tennessee State Nursery

Principal Investigators: Scott Schlarbaum (University of Tennessee), Oliver Gailing (Michigan Tech)

A honeylocust half sibling population has been established at the East Tennessee State Nursery and includes approximately 226 surviving individuals. Seeds were collected from a mother tree from Butternut Valley to develop this population. The population is being maintained by the UT Tree Improvement Program.

Parental analysis at Michigan Tech University identified 149 full siblings from this population. Additional seeds were collected from the mother tree for possible later population expansion. Transfer of the honeylocust full-sibling population from the East Tennessee State Nursery to the East Tennessee Research and Education Center in Knoxville was conducted to better maintain the population for future use. This was possible due to the relatively low number of full siblings (


Genotyping by sequencing is currently ongoing for a subset of this population with the aim to produce a genetic map. The genotypes will be posted when publicly available.

Please contact us for more information or if you are interested in utilizing this population for research. Genotype and phenotype information will be posted here when publicly available.

Predicted SSRS (genomic)
There are 327 SSR markers associated with 327 features in this organism.

The complete list of SSR markers, their properties, and primers to amplify then can be found on the corresponding analysis page.

Analysis Name
Simple Sequence Repeats (SSR) prediction (G. triacanthos)

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