Vaccinium angustifolium

Overview
GenusVaccinium
Speciesangustifolium
Common Namelowbush blueberry
AbbreviationV. angustifolium
Vaccinium angustifolium, commonly known as the Lowbush Blueberry, is a species of blueberry native to eastern and central Canada and the northeastern United States, growing as far south as West Virginia and west to the Great Lakes region, Minnesota and Manitoba.  Vaccinium angustifolium is a low spreading deciduous shrub growing to 60 cm tall, though usually 35 cm tall or less. The leaves are glossy blue-green in summer, turning purple in the fall. The leaf shape is broad to elliptical. Buds are brownish red in stem axils. The flowers are white, bell-shaped, 5 mm long. The fruit is a small sweet dark blue to black berry. This plant grows best in wooded or open areas with well-drained acidic soils. In some areas it produces natural blueberry barrens, where it is practically the only species covering large areas. [Wikipedia]
Germplasm
NameType
451breeding_research_material
Augustacultivar
Blomidoncultivar
Brunswickcultivar
Fundycultivar
Michigan Lowbush 1breeding_research_material
R2P4breeding_research_material

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Feature Summary
The following features are currently present for this organism
Feature TypeCount
region14
gene8
repeat_region8
CDS6
mRNA6
polypeptide6
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matKKM212106.1-matKgene
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matKKJ593144.1-matKgene
matKKJ593143.1-matKgene
rbcLKM212162.1-rbcLgene
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rbcLKJ593742.1-rbcLgene
rbcLKJ593741.1-rbcLgene