Coffea canephora

Organism Details
Common Name Coffee
Genus Coffea
Species canephora
Abbreviation C.canephora
Coffee is the world's leading agricultural resource in value terms. It is a major source of revenue for more than 40 tropical countries, and generates more than 120 million jobs. Coffee is grown on more than 10 million hectares worldwide, primarily on small family farms (70% of the crop comes from farms of under 5 hectares). Two species, Coffea arabica (65%) and Coffea canephora (35%), are cultivated.

Life span Perennial
Mating system Allogamy
Number of chromosomes 2n = 22
Sequenced accession CPAC L5P45

Downloads

The following files are available for download:

Coffea canephora (GFF3 format) CC7_Canephora.gff
Coffea canephora (FASTA format) Abyss_Cap3_CC7_250.fasta


Functional annotations

Blast vs UniProt SwissProt (XML format) CC7_SP.xml
Blast vs UniProt TrEMBLE (XML format) CC7_TR.xml
Blast vs NCBI nr (XML format) CC7_NR.xml
Blast vs nt (XML format) CC7_NT.xml
Blast vs Arabidopsis Thaliana (XML format) CC7_arabido.xml
Blast vs Rice (XML format) CC7_rice.xml
Blast2Go Abyss_Cap3_CC7_250.4b2g.xml.annot
Prot4EST CC7_translations_xtn.fsa
CC7_translations_noxtn.fsa
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