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The Mechanism is a network of institutions which conserve and/or use plant genetic resources in Bangladesh. The overall objective of the network is to share information related to plant genetic resources and, in particular, to the implementation of the Global Plan of Action (GPA) on Plant...read more
The International Society for Horticultural Science - in short ISHS is a truly global network comprising over 53,000 individuals, universities, governments, institutions, libraries and commercial companies, thousands of whom joined as Individual Members, in addition to a substantial number of...read more
The Atlas of Guatemalan Crop Wild Relatives (Atlas Guatemalteco de Parientes Silvestres de las Plantas Cultivadas) is a unique new resource designed to facilitate the conservation and use of wild plant species that are related to cultivated crops. Guatemala is located in the heart of Mesoamerica...read more
The Crop Ontology (CO) current objective is to compile validated concepts along with their inter-relationships on anatomy, structure and phenotype of Crops, on trait measurement and methods as well as on Germplasm with the multi-crop passport terms. The concepts of the CO are being used to...read more
A number of ECPGR Central Crop Databases have been established through the initiative of individual institutes and of ECPGR Working Groups. The databases hold passport data and, to varying degrees, characterization and primary evaluation data of the major collections of the respective crops in...read more
GreenPhylDB is a web resource designed for comparative and functional genomics in plants. The database contains a catalogue of gene families based on gene predictions of genomes, covering a broad taxonomy of green plants.
Result of our automatic clustering is manually annotated and...read more
For the past three centuries, scientists have documented the earth's plant and fungal diversity through dried reference specimens maintained in collections known as herbaria. There are approximately 3,000 herbaria in the world today, with approximately 12,000 associated curators and...read more
Botanical Garden-Institute conducts scientific researches on plant conservation, plant ecology, vegetation ecology, phytogeography, environment protection, as well as accomplishes educational programs, organizes conferences, trainings & seminars. Botanical Garden-Institute of the Far Eastern...read more
The CAZRI operates through Six Divisions, located at the headquarters in Jodhpur. There are four Regional Research Stations located in different agro-climatic zones to work on location-specific problems. It aims at: (a) Undertaking basic and applied research on sustainable farming systems in the...read more
Central Institute for Cotton Research abbr. CICR is central research institute established (in 1976) by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research to promote long term research efforts in cotton production and provide support and conduct applied research on cotton with the active involvement of...read more