|Common Name||peanut |
Peanut, Arachis hypogaea, was domesticated at the foot of the South American Andes within modern-day Argentina, Bolivia, or Paraguay. Cultivated peanuts are allotetraploids, with sub-genomes probably contributed by the hybridization of the diploid species Arachis duranensis and Arachis ipaensis.
See selected genetic maps, QTLs, traits, and genome sequences at PeanutBase.
Genome browsers for Arachis duranensis and Arachis ipaensis are also available on PeanutBase. The publication associated with this genome version: Bertioli, DJ et al. 2016.
Arachis duranensis GBrowse and JBrowse
Arachis ipaensis GBrowse and JBrowse
A peanut genomics initiative is now underway. See planning documents, news and events at PeanutBioscience.com.
More information and data available at:
: American Peanut Research and Education Society
: Peanut Information Network System
: Integrated Breeding Platform, for Peanut
Crop Ontology (Peanut)
: Another Resource from IBP
Peanut resources from CGIAR Generation Challenge Programme
: A variety of resources
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