Overview
GenusVigna
Speciesradiata
Common Namemungbean
Abbreviationvigra
The mungbean (also known as moong bean, green gram) is a fast-growing warm-season legume and has a diploid chromosome number of 2n=22. Mungbean is mainly cultivated today in China, India and Southeast Asia but can be found in dry regions within Southern Europe and United States. Mungbeans are a good source of dietary protein, folate and iron. This legume species was moved from the genus Phaseolus to Vigna and is correctly cites as Vigna radiata.

The mungbean genome sequencing project, led from the lab of Dr. Suk-Ha Lee, has a home page here. The genome is described in Kang et al., 2014: "Genome sequence of mungbean and insights into evolution within Vigna species".

Legumeinfo Vigna radiata GBrowse genome browser
Legumeinfo Vigna radiata JBrowse genome browser

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Feature Summary
The following features are currently present for this organism
Feature TypeCount
exon146,802
protein_match97,272
protein_hmm_match76,482
polypeptide23,181
mRNA23,181
gene22,368
syntenic_region3,251
supercontig2,486
chromosome11
Cross References
External references for this organism
DatabaseAccession
genbank:taxonomy157791
uniprot:speciesvigra