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ID: 572
Organism ImageTheobroma cacao (cacao)

Theobroma cacao overview

Lineage: Eukaryota[1252]; Viridiplantae[154]; Streptophyta[140]; Embryophyta[139]; Tracheophyta[138]; Spermatophyta[137]; Magnoliophyta[135]; eudicotyledons[103]; Gunneridae[102]; Pentapetalae[102]; rosids[68]; malvids[27]; Malvales[4]; Malvaceae[3]; Byttnerioideae[1]; Theobroma[1]; Theobroma cacao[1]
Theobroma cacao is a perennial crop that is one of the most important for the tropics. The organism is native to the Americas - many indigenous Mesoamerican languages have words for the plant and its by-products. Archeologists have found evidence in pottery vessels from Honduras of cacao beverages being prepared and consumed as early as 1100 More...

Sequence data: genome assemblies: 2; sequence reads: 1 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)

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Genome Sequencing, no data1
Epigenomics1
Map10
Transcriptome or Gene expression4

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