Theobroma speciosum

Organism Details
Common Name Cocoa out-group
Genus Theobroma
Species speciosum
Abbreviation T.speciosum
Cocoa is a fruit tree that has particular economic importance for the humid tropical countries where it is cultivated. After fermentation, drying and roasting, the beans are used to make chocolate. Cocoa is often cultivated under a forest canopy and in small plantations, which also means that it helps maintain biodiversity and respect the environment.

Life span Perennial
Mating system Allogamy
Number of chromosomes 2n = 20
Sequenced accession


The following files are available for download:

Theobroma speciosum (GFF3 format) KB2_theodromaSpeciosum.gff
Theobroma speciosum (FASTA format) Abyss_Cap3_KB2_250.fasta

Functional annotations

Blast vs UniProt SwissProt (XML format) KB2_SP.xml
Blast vs UniProt TrEMBLE (XML format) KB2_TR.xml
Blast vs NCBI nr (XML format) KB2_NR.xml
Blast vs nt (XML format) KB2_NT.xml
Blast vs Arabidopsis Thaliana (XML format) KB2_arabido.xml
Blast vs Rice (XML format) KB2_rice.xml
Blast2Go Abyss_Cap3_KB2_250.4b2g.xml.annot
Prot4EST KB2_translations_xtn.fsa
Data Type Summary
The following data types are currently present for this organism
Feature Type Count
gene 22,440
CDS 22,440
three_prime_UTR 20,278
five_prime_UTR 18,388
Feature Browser
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Feature Name Unique Name Type
Contig1056 Contig1056 gene
Contig1057 Contig1057 gene
Contig1058 Contig1058 gene
Contig1059 Contig1059 gene
Contig1060 Contig1060 gene
Contig1061 Contig1061 gene
Contig1062 Contig1062 gene
Contig1063 Contig1063 gene
Contig1067 Contig1067 gene
Contig1068 Contig1068 gene