About Cajunus cajan
Pigeonpea (Cajunus cajan) is an important legume food crop grown primarily by smallholder farmers in many semi-arid tropical regions of the world. Pigeonpea is grown on ∼5 million hectares, making it the sixth most important legume food crop globally. Domesticated >3,500 years ago in India, it is the main protein source for more than a billion people in the developing world and a cash crop that supports the livelihoods of millions of resource-poor farmers in Asia, Africa, South America, Central America and the Caribbean.
Taxonomy ID 3821
Data source BGI
Genome assembly: C.cajan_V1.0
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