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Brassica rapa (field mustard)
Representative genome: Brassica rapa (assembly CAAS_Brap_v3.01)
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ID: 229
Organism ImageBrassica rapa (field mustard)

Subspecies include several important vegetable crops like turnip and Chinese cabbage

Lineage: Eukaryota[13303]; Viridiplantae[1443]; Streptophyta[1342]; Embryophyta[1333]; Tracheophyta[1315]; Spermatophyta[1299]; Magnoliopsida[1275]; eudicotyledons[1029]; Gunneridae[1029]; Pentapetalae[1029]; rosids[649]; malvids[260]; Brassicales[94]; Brassicaceae[90]; Brassiceae[22]; Brassica[9]; Brassica rapa[1]
The genus Brassica includes several economically important plants. They are used as vegetables, fodder, and as a source of vegetable oil and condiments. Several species are rich in vitamins and anti-carcinogenic compounds. There are six Brassica species growing throughout the world. Three of those are diploid - B. rapa (AA genome More...


Sequence data: genome assemblies: 9; sequence reads: 142 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)
Statistics: median total length (Mb): 352.983
 median protein count: 48016
 median GC%: 37.1855
NCBI Annotation Release:  103

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