Eschscholzia californica (California poppy, Californian poppy, golden poppy, California sunlight, cup of gold) is a species of flowering plant in the Papaveraceae family, native to the United States and Mexico. It is an ornamental plant and it is used medicinally and in cooking, and it became the official state flower of California in 1903.
Clade: Basal Eudicots
Species: Eschscholzia californica
|Sample name||Sample code||Tissue||RNA extractor||Sample provider||BLAST||SRA data||Assembly data|
|ERXG-Eschscholzia_californica-developing_fruit||ERXG||developing fruit||T. Kutchan||T. Kutchan|
|NJKC-Eschscholzia_californica-stem||NJKC||stem||J. Leebens-Mack||J. Leebens-Mack|
This sample is NOT available in BLAST service, because it was identified as mislabeled and/or contaminated and not analyzed for the 1KP publication [Nature 574, 679–685 (2019)]. Its data was released nonetheless as some find even these data useful. More information is given at [GigaScience 8, giz126 (2019)], including estimates of which particular sequences might be problematic.
|root||T. Kutchan||T. Kutchan||--|
|TUHA-Eschscholzia_californica-flower_bud||TUHA||flower bud||T. Kutchan||T. Kutchan|
|UNPT-Eschscholzia_californica-leaf||UNPT||leaf||T. Kutchan||T. Kutchan|