Papaver setigerum, common name poppy of Troy or dwarf breadseed poppy, is a herbaceous annual plant belonging to the Papaveraceae family.
This plant is closely related to and sometimes treated as a sub-species of opium poppy (Papaver somniferum). In fact it produces a very small amount of morphine alkaloids. However, P. somniferum is diploid (n=11) and P. setigerum is tetraploid (n=22) with twice the number of chromosomes. So it cannot be considered the wild ancestral species of the opium poppy.
Clade: Basal Eudicots
Species: Papaver setigerum
|Sample name||Sample code||Tissue||RNA extractor||Sample provider||BLAST||SRA data||Assembly data|
|EPRK-Papaver_setigerum-developing_fruit||EPRK||developing fruit||T. Kutchan||T. Kutchan|
|FNXH-Papaver_setigerum-leaf||FNXH||leaf||T. Kutchan||T. Kutchan|
|JSVC-Papaver_setigerum-root||JSVC||root||J. Cheeseman||J. Cheeseman|
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.
|STDO-Papaver_setigerum-flower_bud||STDO||flower bud||T. Kutchan||T. Kutchan|