Gossypium tomentosum

Overview
Species Name tomentosum
Family Malvaceae
Scientific Name Gossypium tomentosum Nutt. ex Seem.
Synonym N/A
Common Name Gossypium hirsutum [view all 2]
GRIN Taxonomy GRIN
Geographic Origin Hawaiian Islands
Genome (AD)3
Haploid Chromosome Number 26
Ploidy allotetraploid
Propagation Method N/A
Fertile withGossypium hirsutum [view all 2]
Sterile withGossypium triphyllum [view all 5]
Incompatible withN/A
GermplasmN/A
LibraryN/A
Sequence [view all 1211101 ]
Publication N/A
Description

Gossypium tomentosum, commonly known as Maʻo or Hawaiian cotton, is a species of cotton plant that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. It inhabits low shrublands at elevations from sea level to 120 m. Maʻo is a shrub that reaches a height of 1.5–5 ft and a diameter of 5–10 ft. - Wikipedia

Alias
Common Name
Gossypium barbadense
Gossypium hirsutum
Germplasm
Libraries
The following libraries are associated with this organism.
Library NameType
Relationships

This species is sterile with the following:

Organism
Gossypium triphyllum
Gossypium armourianum
Gossypium sturtianum
Gossypium longicalyx
Gossypium harknessii

This species is fertile with the following:

Organism
Gossypium hirsutum
Gossypium barbadense