Full NameArachis stenosperma
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Common NameArachis stenosperma
Arachis stenosperma Krapov. & W.C. Greg. is a wild peanut relative native to central Brazil, in the past it was cultivated by native peoples of South America, and was carried to the Atlantic coast, where populations persist to the present day. It is a source of strong pest and disease resistance and has been used by peanut breeders and geneticists in interspecific hybrids. A. stenosperma is diploid species in the "A-genome" group of Arachis, which has similarity to the A genome of tetraploid cultivated peanut (A. hypogaea).
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This organism is associated with 31 stock(s):
PI 599185Accession
PI 599186Accession
PI 666097Accession
PI 666098Accession
PI 666099Accession
PI 666100Accession