|Common Name||narrow-leafed lupin |
Lupinus angustifolius is a species of lupin known by many common names, including narrow-leafed lupin and blue lupin. It is native to Eurasia and northern Africa and also naturalized in parts of Australia and North America. It has been cultivated for over 6000 years as a food crop for its edible legume seeds, as a fodder for livestock, and for use as a green manure.
A genome assembly for Narrow-leafed lupin cultivar Tanjil (version 1.0) is available on LIS. The publication associated with this genome version is available here: Hane, JK et al. 2016. Other genome browsers and resources are listed on the Genomes tab above.
LegumeInfo Lupinus angustifolius GBrowse genome browser, La1.0
LegumeInfo Lupinus angustifolius JBrowse genome browser, La1.0
A genetic map has been developed for Lupinus angustifolius using sequence-defined markers. See Yang et al. 2013.
The associated draft genome sequence has been made available to the public at Genbank (NCBI).
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