Gossypium darwinii

Overview
Species Name darwinii
Family Malvaceae
Scientific Name Gossypium darwinii G. Watt
Synonym Gossypium barbadense var. darwinii
Common Name N/A
GRIN Taxonomy GRIN
Geographic Origin Galapagos Islands
Genome (AD)5
Haploid Chromosome Number 26
Ploidy allotetraploid
Propagation Method N/A
Fertile withN/A
Sterile withN/A
Incompatible withN/A
GermplasmN/A
LibraryN/A
Sequence [view all 1026836 ]
Publication N/A
Description

Gossypium darwinii, or Darwin's cotton, is a species of cotton plant which is found only on the Galapagos Islands. Genetic studies indicate that it is most closely related to the native American species Gossypium barbadense, thus it is surmised that a seed arrived from South America on the wind, in the droppings of a bird or associated with debris by sea. - Wikipedia

Alias
Synonym
Gossypium barbadense var. darwinii


Germplasm
NameType
(AD)5-001TBD
(AD)5-002TBD
(AD)5-003TBD
(AD)5-004TBD
(AD)5-005TBD
(AD)5-006wild_unimproved
(AD)5-007wild_unimproved
(AD)5-008wild_unimproved
(AD)5-009wild_unimproved
(AD)5-010wild_unimproved
(AD)5-011wild_unimproved
(AD)5-012wild_unimproved
(AD)5-013wild_unimproved
(AD)5-014wild_unimproved
(AD)5-015wild_unimproved
(AD)5-016wild_unimproved
(AD)5-017wild_unimproved
(AD)5-018wild_unimproved
(AD)5-019wild_unimproved
(AD)5-020wild_unimproved

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Libraries
The following libraries are associated with this organism.
Library NameType