Overview
Full NameArachis batizocoi
GenusArachis
Speciesbatizocoi
Infraspecific Rank
Infraspecific Name
Common NameArachis batizocoi
Abbreviationaraba
Arachis batizocoi Krapov. & W.C.Greg. is a wild peanut relative native to Bolivia and Paraguay. It is historically important in complex hybridization schemes between wild species and cultivated peanut (A. hypogaea). It continues to be valued for its ease of hybridization and is important as a potential source of disease resistance traits for peanut. Although diploid Arachis plants tend to have smaller leaves than cultivated peanut, the leaves of A. batizocoi are larger than cultivated peanut. A. batizocoi is diploid species in the "K-genome" group of Arachis, which has similarity to the B genome of tetraploid cultivated peanut.
Distribution of some A. batizocoi collections on a world map.

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Germplasm accessions are available at GRIN Global.
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This organism is associated with 15 stock(s):
NameType
Grif 14248Accession
Grif 14249Accession
Grif 14250Accession
Grif 14251Accession
Grif 14252Accession
Grif 15030Accession
Grif 15031Accession
Grif 15032Accession
Grif 15033Accession
PI 298639Accession
PI 468326Accession
PI 468327Accession
PI 468328Accession
PI 468329Accession
PI 666081Accession