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StatusReference proteome
Proteome IDiUP000006729
Taxonomy3694 - Populus trichocarpa
Straincv. Nisqually
Last modifiedApril 27, 2018
Genome assembly and annotationi GCA_000002775.3 from ENA/EMBL

Populus trichocarpa (Black cottonwood) is a fast growing deciduous tree belonging to the willow family (Salicaceae) which is grown for its timber and for fiber products, mainly in North America.

The genus Populus is widely distributed over the northern hemisphere with many species that are economically important. Populus trichocarpa was chosen as the first tree to be sequenced because of the relatively small size of its genome.

The Populus trichocarpa genome has a haploid chromosome number of 19, and with over 400 Mb is nearly four times larger than the genome of Arabidopsis. There are 44,000 protein-coding genes. About 8,000 pairs of duplicated genes are present due to an early genome duplication event.


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Component nameGenome Accession(s)
Linkage group LGVIII0
Linkage group LGXII0
Linkage group LGVII0
Linkage group LGXIX0
Linkage group LGIV0
Linkage group LGV0
Linkage group LGIII0
Linkage group LGXVI0
Linkage group LGXIV0
Linkage group LGXI0
Linkage group LGXIII0
Linkage group LGI0
Linkage group LGIX0
Linkage group LGII0
Linkage group LGXVII0
Linkage group LGX0
Linkage group LGVI0
Linkage group LGXV0
Linkage group LGXVIII0
Chromosome 72409
Chromosome 172256
Chromosome 17507
Chromosome 143192
Chromosome 122222
Chromosome 191920
Chromosome 54121
Chromosome 92746
Chromosome 104210
Chromosome 152350
Chromosome 43557
Chromosome 112443
Chromosome 182366
Chromosome 83710
Chromosome 33564
Chromosome 162232
Chromosome 64587
Chromosome 132454
Chromosome 24237
Unassembled WGS sequence2102

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