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Peanut genome sequenced, one of the most cultivated commercial species in the world 

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Resource ID

17876

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Contributed by

B.Muralidhar

Topics

Crop improvement, Biotechnology: Genomics, Genetic Resources, Nutrition

Crops

Grain legumes, Groundnut

Systems

Farming Systems

Global Date

02/May/2019

Title

Peanut genome sequenced, one of the most cultivated commercial species in the world

Keywords

Peanut genome sequenced, Arachis hypogaea, Nature Genetics, Nutrition , Argentina, IBONE, CONICET-UNNE, Sequencing Technologies, Genetic Mechanisms, Germplasm Banks, Genomic Tools

Language

English

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445 kB

Author/Key contact

SMCO staff

Story Source

http://www.dicyt.com/noticias/secuenciado-el-genoma-del-mani-una-de-las-especies-comerciales-mas-cultivadas-en-el-mundo

Publishing Location

Global

Story Lead Center

ICRISAT

Type

Science

URL/Link

http://www.dicyt.com/noticias/secuenciado-el-genoma-del-mani-una-de-las-especies-comerciales-mas-cultivadas-en-el-mundo

Description

A group of scientists sequenced the genome of Arachis hypogaea , one of the most cultivated peanut species in the world. The study, which was attended by CONICET researchers working at the Institute of Botany of the Northeast (IBONE, CONICET-UNNE) and was published in the journal 'Nature Genetics', demonstrates that this popular legume emerged from the hybridization of two populations originating in South America and one of them is from Argentina.
 

ICRISAT Research Programs

Grain Legumes

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Genetic Gains Program

Date (Date published/released/created if known)

02/May/2019

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