Resource Type
P. trichocarpa
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Family: Salicaceae
The Populus trichocarpa is a deciduous tree native to western North America. This is the largest tree in the poplar species. The tree is found in United States as well as Canada. However, it is also found in Iceland, having been introduced there. The tree is used for decoration in landscaping due to its fast growth, although the roots are invasive and have the potential to cause damage to buildings. The tree also has a wide variety of practical applications from hardwood to waterproofing.

Image Source Walter Siegmund

Cross Reference
Reference Genome
NameProgramDate Constructed
Analysis Poplar (Populus trichocarpa)ArachneNov 10th, 2017
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NameProgramDate Constructed
Analysis Poplar (Populus trichocarpa)ArachneNov 10th, 2017
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