Manihot esculenta


Overview


Manihot esculenta , commonly known as cassava or manioc, is a cultivated crop species in tropical and subtropical regions. Native to South America, the edible roots of the crop are now used as a source of carbohydrates in many parts of the world. Sequencing was done using 454 technology. According to the JGI source, 416Mb of the estimated 760Mb of the genome have been sequenced, with approximately 47000 predicted protein coding loci.

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Source
JGI 1.1
NCBI link
Manihot esculenta
Mitochondrion
Not available
Chloroplast
EU117376
 

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