|Common Name||chickpea |
The chickpea (Cicer arietinum
) is a legume species in the group of "cool-season" legumes, along with lentil, pea, faba bean and clovers. Chickpea is one of the earliest cultivated legumes: 7,500-year-old remains have been found in the Middle East. Other common names for the species include garbanzo bean, ceci bean, sanagalu, chana and Bengal gram. There to are two main types of cultivated chickpeas based on seed morphology, desi and kabuli. The desi type of chickpea consists of seeds with a yellow interior but have a thick, wrinkled and dark seed coat, the seeds are approximately 6 to 7 mm in size. The majority of desi chickpeas are split in half to make Chana Dahl. Whereas, the kabuli type of chickpea are lighter in color, have a smooth seed coat and about 8 to 9 mm in size. The kabuli type of chickpeas are the most common type found in America.
CDC Frontier, kabuli type chickpea
Genome version available on LIS is version CDC Frontier v1.0, kabuli type chickpea, publication associated with this genome version is available here: Varshney, RK et al. 2013. Other browsers and resources listed at the Genomes tab above.
Legumeinfo Cicer arietinum GBrowse genome browser, cicar.CDCFrontier.v1.0
Legumeinfo Cicer arietinum JBrowse genome browser, cicar.CDCFrontier.v1.0
ICC 4958, desi type chickpea
Genome version available on LIS is version ICC 4958 v2.0, desi type chickpea, publication associated with this genome version is available here: Parween, S et al. 2015. Other browsers and resources listed at the Genomes tab above.
Gramene Plant Reactome
Cool Season Food Legume Database
Chickpea Transcriptome Database
LegumeInfo Cicer arietinum GBrowse genome browser, cicar.ICC4958.v2.0
LegumeInfo Cicer arietinum JBrowse genome browser, cicar.ICC4958.v2.0
: publication associated with this database is available here
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