Hermaphrodite_ResearchSample2

RSP 11050

Grower: Iron Laboratories

General Information

Accession Date
January 7, 2018
Reported Plant Sex
unknown

The strain rarity visualization shows how distant the strain is from the other cultivars in the Kannapedia database. The y-axis represents genetic distance, getting farther as you go up. The width of the visualization at any position along the y-axis shows how many strains there are in the database at that genetic distance. So, a common strain will have a more bottom-heavy shape, while uncommon and rare cultivars will have a visualization that is generally shifted towards the top.

Rarity: Uncommon
Most Distant Most Similar

Chemical Information

Cannabinoid and terpenoid information provided by the grower.

Cannabinoids

No information provided.

Terpenoids

No information provided.

Genetic Information

Plant Type
Type I

The bell curve in the heterozygosity visualization shows the distribution of heterozygosity levels for cannabis cultivars in the Kannapedia database. The green line shows where this particular strain fits within the distribution. Heterozygosity is associated with heterosis (aka hybrid vigor) but also leads to the production of more variable offspring. When plants have two genetically different parents, heterozygosity levels will be higher than if it has been inbred or backcrossed repeatedly.

Heterozygosity: 0.84%
Least Heterozygous Most Heterozygous

The ratio of reads mapped to Y-contigs to reads mapped to the whole Cannabis genome (Y-ratios) has been demonstrated to be strongly correlated with plant sex typing. This plot shows the distribution of Y-ratios for all samples in our database which were sequenced with the same method (panel or WGS) as this sample and where this sample falls in the distribution.

Y-Ratio Distribution: 0.0558
male female RSP11050

This chart represents the Illumina sequence coverage over the Bt/Bd allele. These are the three regions in the cannabis genome that impact THCA, CBDA, CBGA production. Coverage over the Active CBDAS gene is highly correlated with Type II and Type III plants as described by Etienne de Meijer. Coverage over the THCA gene is highly correlated with Type I and Type II plants but is anti-correlated with Type III plants. Type I plants require coverage over the inactive CBDA loci and no coverage over the Active CBDA gene. Lack of coverage over the Active CBDA and Active THCA allele are presumed to be Type IV plants (CBGA dominant). While deletions of entire THCAS and CBDAS genes are the most common Bt:Bd alleles observed, it is possible to have plants with these genes where functional expression of the enzyme is disrupted by deactivating point mutations (Kojoma et al. 2006).

Bt/Bd Allele Coverage

This chart represents the Illumina sequence coverage over the CBCA synthase gene.

CBCAS Coverage

Variants (THCAS, CBDAS, and CBCAS)

Gene HGVS.c HGVS.p Annotation Annotation Impact Contig Contig Pos Ref/Alt Var Freq
THCAS c.998C>G p.Pro333Arg missense variant moderate contig741 4416830

IGV: Start, Jump

G/C
NGS:
0.182
C90:
0.000

Variants (Select Genes of Interest)

No variants to report

Nearest genetic relative in Phylos dataset

Phylos Strain SRR8347203
Overlapping SNPs:
71
Concordance:
47

Nearest genetic relative in Lynch dataset

Lynch Strain SRR3495192
Overlapping SNPs:
5
Concordance:
5

Blockchain Registration Information

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QR code for RSP11050

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