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Full NameArachis diogoi
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Common NameArachis diogoi
Arachis diogoi Hoehne is a wild peanut relative native to central Brazil. A source of strong pest and disease resistance, it has been used by peanut breeders and geneticists in interspecific hybrids. A. diogoi is diploid species in the "A-genome" group of Arachis, which has similarity to the A genome of tetraploid cultivated peanut (A. hypogaea).
Distribution of some A. diogoi collections on a world map.

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Germplasm accessions are available at GRIN Global and Genesys.
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This organism is associated with 16 stock(s):
Grif 7513Accession
Grif 7687Accession
PI 261852Accession
PI 262790Accession
PI 262867Accession
PI 276235Accession
PI 311721Accession
PI 331184Accession
PI 331200Accession
PI 468141Accession
PI 468142Accession
PI 468344Accession
PI 468345Accession
PI 468354Accession
PI 476044Accession
PI 604829Accession