Cannabis sativa female (cs10)

About Cannabis sativa

Cannabis sativa (hemp) has been cultivated for millennia with distinct cultivars providing either fiber, oil and confectionary seed or tetrahydrocannabinol. It is diploid (2n=20) and its native range is SE European Russia to NW China and Pakistan. This is a dioecious species with sexual dimorphism occurring in a late stage of plant development. Sex is determined by heteromorphic chromosomes: male is the heterogametic sex (XY) and female is the homogametic one (XX). Sex is considered an important trait for hemp genetic improvement.

Taxonomy ID 3483

Data source HARVARD OEB

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Genome assembly: cs10

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