Additional file 1: Details on 35 select chickpea inbred genotypes used in the study
Additional file 2: Summary of data generated on 35 select chickpea inbred lines and aligned to reference genome CDC Frontier
Additional file 3: Distribution of SNPs, indels and their effects on chickpea genome
Additional file 4: Pairwise SNPs identified among 35 select chickpea inbred genotypes used in this study
Additional file 5: Homozygous and heterozygous SNPs identified in each chickpea genotype used in the study
Additional file 6: Summary of homozygous and heterozygous SNPs identified in 35 select chickpea inbred genotypes
Additional file 7: Summary of indel lengths and their respective counts across the genome
Additional file 8: Summary of indel ratios among 35 chickpea inbred lines resequenced
Additional file 9: Gene duplications observed in 35 select chickpea inbred genotypes
Additional file 10: Summary of genes deleted in 35 chickpea inbred genotypes used in this study
Additional file 11: Genome wide variations identified in chickpea genotypes resistant or susceptible to Botrytis grey mould
Additional file 12: Genome wide variations identified in chickpea genotypes tolerant or susceptible to salinity
Additional file 13: Summary of line specific variations
Additional file 14: Summary of line specific variations in coding region identified in each chickpea inbred line
Additional file 15: Summary of line specific variations leading to stop sites
Additional file 16: Gene ontology and their effects for the line specific variants in genotypes
Additional file 17: Summary of all variant effects predicted by SNPEff
Additional file 18: Classification of all SNPs using SNPEFF program
Additional file 19: Classification of heterozygous SNPs using SNPEFF program
Additional file 20: Classification of homozygous SNPs using SNPEFF program
Additional file 21: Summary of effects for insertions
Additional file 22: Summary of effects for the deletions
Additional file 23: Summary of variation identified in the "QTL-hotspot" region reported by Varshney et al. 2014