Resource Type
J. mandshurica
Common Name
Manchurian walnut
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Order: Fagales

Family: Juglandaceae

Large park tree with a round crown, up to 20 m tall and broad. The first and second year twigs are greenish-yellow and covered with glandular hairs. The mature bark is light grey-brown and grooved. The imparipinnate leaves are very big, about 45 - 60 cm. On young, fast-growing trees they can be up to 90 cm long. They consist of 11 to 19 leaf segments. These are elongated ovate, with fine, irregular serration. The leaf gives an aromatic fragrance when rubbed. The elongated elliptical fruits are grouped in large clusters of 6 to 12. Though edible, the fruits are almost never grown for consumption. Roots very deeply and much prefers easily penetrable, open soil. Credits: Van Den Berk Nurseries Photo Credits: Kor!An (Андрей Корзун)

Reference Genome
NameProgramDate Constructed
Ebrahimi (Purdue) - Reference GenomesN/ASep 3rd, 2019
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NameProgramDate Constructed
Ebrahimi (Purdue) - Reference GenomesN/ASep 3rd, 2019
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