Gossypium australe

Overview
Species Name australe
Family Malvaceae
Scientific Name Gossypium australe F. Muell.
Synonym Notoxylinon australe
Common Name Australian Wild [view all 1]
GRIN Taxonomy GRIN
Geographic Origin Australia
Genome G2
Haploid Chromosome Number 13
Ploidy diploid
Propagation Method N/A
Fertile withGossypium sturtianum [view all 1]
Sterile withGossypium davidsonii [view all 4]
Incompatible withN/A
GermplasmN/A
LibraryN/A
Sequence [view all 409527 ]
Publication N/A
Description

Gossypium australe is an endemic woody shrub, related to cotton, found in north western Australia. Preferring sandy soils near watercourses, it grows to about two or three feet tall. The leaves are grey and hairy, oval to elliptic, 3 inches (8 cm) long and soft to the touch. Flowers are around 1–2 inches (3–5 cm) long and present a pale pink mauve 'rose' with a deeper shade at the centre. Fruit are hairy, spherical and contain a bristly seed one-sixth inch (0.4 cm) long.  - Wikipedia

Alias
Synonym
Notoxylinon australe


Common Name
Australian Wild
Germplasm
NameType
C3-1TBD
G2-02TBD
G2-08TBD
G2-14TBD
G2-15TBD
G2-lzwild_unimproved
Hyb 601-2TBD
JMS-11TBD
JMS-124wild_unimproved
JMS-163wild_unimproved
JMS-164wild_unimproved
JMS-195wild_unimproved
JMS-196wild_unimproved
JMS-39TBD
JMS-40TBD
JMS-42TBD
JMS-9TBD
PI 499752wild_unimproved
PI 499753wild_unimproved
PI 499754wild_unimproved

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

This species is sterile with the following:

Organism
Gossypium davidsonii
Gossypium somalense
Gossypium herbaceum
Gossypium anomalum

This species is fertile with the following:

Organism
Gossypium sturtianum