Resource Type
Q. lobata
Common Name
Valley Oak
Organism Image

Order: Fagales
Family: Fagaceae
The tree, Quercus Lobata, is found in the California central valley, The tree reaches heights up to 153 feet with a trunk diameter of three feet. The wood has become a niche for commercial uses, primarily due to the cracking and warping as it dries. However, it has utility as a hardwood floor. In the pores of the tree are Tyloses which increase the permeability to fluids which allows the wood to be water tight.

Image Source Miguel Vieira

Cross Reference
Reference Genome
NameProgramDate Constructed
Genome analysis Valley oak (Quercus lobata)CufflinksApr 7th, 2017

The Valley Oak (Quercus lobata) Jbrowse instance uses the current version 1.0 assembly. Please see the Genome Assembly page for more details.

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Analysis Details
Provides detailed information on the programs used to assemble and annotate the data.
NameProgramDate Constructed
valley oak (blastx against sprot)blastxApr 7th, 2017
valley oak (blastx against trembl)blastxApr 7th, 2017
Interpro analysis of valley oak (Qlobata)InterProScanApr 7th, 2017
Genome analysis Valley oak (Quercus lobata)CufflinksApr 7th, 2017
Gene Ontology Browser

Ontology: GO

Record type: mRNA- polypeptide

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