Juglans regia (Walnut_2.0)

About Juglans regia

The Persian walnut (Juglans regia L.), a diploid species (2n=32) native to the mountainous regions of Central Asia, is the major walnut species cultivated for nut production and is one of the most widespread tree nut species in the world. It belongs to the Juglandaceae family and has a genome size of 620-667 Mbp. The high nutritional value of J. regia nuts is associated with a rich array of polyphenolic compounds. This genome sequence was obtained from the cultivar Chandler.

Taxonomy ID 51240

Data source UCDavis

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Genome assembly: Walnut_2.0

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