Passionfruit Genomic Database

Blast Search/Blast Search
Search and Analysis Tool/Tools
Expression Search/Gene Expression Pattern v1.0

Passionfruit Genome Summary

Yellow fruit Purple fruit
Data sourcesUnpublish Genome reannotation
Genome Assembly Size1,393.47 Mb(99.64%)1,279.58 Mb
Pseudo-chromosome number99
Haplotype Gene Annotation
Protein-coding Genes2,78613,0136
Gene size3,285 bp3302
Non-coding RNA

Welcome to the Passionfruit Genomics Database (PGD)

     The trial version of the passion fruit genome website, constructed through collaboration between Professor Fang Shouguo's research group at Yangtze University and Professor Wu Zujian's research group at Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, has been launched and can be accessed at The specific work was completed by postdoctoral researcher Yu Chaowei. We welcome everyone to try it out or recommend its use and provide valuable feedback.

     Passionfruit (Passion fruit) is an economically important and widely cultivated crop in many sub-tropical and tropical regions of the world, valued for its flavor and nutritional qualities. Understanding the entire genome sequence of the passionfruit is crucial for accelerating breeding and utilization. The purple (Peu_P) and yellow (Peu_Y) passionfruits are the most dominant varieties grown commercially. This passionfruit genome database contains extensive information on markers for both purple and yellow passionfruits. The public annotation information for the purple passionfruit genome is incomplete, so we performed data reannotation and function prediction. For the yellow passionfruit, we performed whole-genome sequencing to obtain a high-quality genome assembly at the chromosome level (unpublished). In addition to integrating two passionfruit varieties' genomic information, a series of effective analysis tools were developed for gene family analysis in the passionfruit genome database. The availability of genome sequences in this database will greatly promote passionfruit breeding research.

Researchers who wish to cite the Passionfruit Genome Annotation Database website are encouraged to refer to our recent publication:

This work is supported by units and grants : Yangtze University, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University,and Fujian Provincial Department of Finance.