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Genesys is a global portal to information about Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (PGRFA). It is a gateway from which germplasm accessions from genebanks around the world can be easily found and ordered. GENESYS is the result of collaboration between Bioversity International on...read more
The European Search Catalogue for Plant Genetic Resources (EURISCO) provides information about 1.9 million accessions of crop plants and their wild relatives, preserved ex situ by almost 400 institutes. It is based on a network of National Inventories of 43 member countries and represents an...read more
The barley genome explorer allows a visual inspection of BAC overlaps. In addition to a graph view the user can access dotplots and fingerprints to compare two individual BACs with each other. Information to genes and markers is available as well.read more
OPTIMAS is a systems biology approach to address the question how to increase yield and plant biomass for food, feed and bioenergy purposes. Furthermore it will provide new useful insights in the distribution of plant resources between vegetative biomass and corn yield. The goal of OPTIMAS is...read more
The genus Allium L. (the onions) have an important place within the family Amaryllidaceae. This genus comprises several important crops species. The most important ones are onion (Allium cepa L.) and garlic (Allium sativum L.).
Garlic is an important spice and medicinal plant. The use of...read more
The Satellite Collections North research group (TEN) of the IPK Genebank, located at Gross Luesewitz and Malchow/Poel (both Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania) are responsible for the collection, maintenance, characterization, evaluation, documentation, research and distribution of/on potato, oil and...read more
The secondary evaluation of plant genetic ressources is done in accordance with specialists of other structural units at the IPK and joint institutions at home and abroad. Secondary evaluation data as well as some results of the primary evaluation have been captured since 1995 in computerized...read more
The Allium database (EALLDB) was established at Wellesbourne, U.K. following the first meeting of the ECPGR Allium Working Group in Tápiószele, Hungary, in 1984. The database was rebuilt in 2006 to underpin the objectives of the AEGIS Allium Subgroup to develop European collections and European...read more
Search engines and retrieval systems are popular tools at a life science desktop. The manual inspection of hundreds of database entries, that reflect a life science concept or fact, is a time intensive daily work. Hereby, not the number of query results matters, but the relevance does. In this...read more
The Crop EST Database (CR-EST) is a public available online resource providing access to sequence, classification, clustering, and annotation data of crop EST projects at the IPK. A view of these information give the summarized numbers about genomic data of species listed in the adjacent table....read more