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Product Catalogue

The Product Catalogue is an evolving  compilation of  a diverse array of  products derived from tangible outputs of projects supported in whole or in part by the CGIAR Generation Challenge Programme.  As projects mature, more products are added. Products are listed under the specific project crop or ‘Global’.   Under each crop, you will find diverse types of products, such as  germplasm, markers, genomics resources and informatics applications.  ‘Global’ includes products  applicable to several or all crops and generally includes informatics tools and learning materials. We consider all catalogued products as useful. However, our user base is highly varied and includes upstream as well as downstream plant scientists. Not all products will be of direct interest to breeders. Consequently, a BUL (Breeding Use Level) rating has been provided to indicate the direct usefulness of products to breeders:

Breeding Use Levels
BUL Description
1 Ready to use for breeding
(I.e. predictive markers, germplasm of acceptable agronomic type containing a well-defined and characterized trait, and etc.).
2 Qualified use for breeding
(i.e germplasm in which trait genetics have not been well defined or markers that may be informative but not necessarily predictive).
3 Indirectly useful for breeding
(i.e. genomic resources from which downstream products for breeding are developed and many informatics applications).
4 Not developed for breeding, per se
(i.e. miscellaneous information as socio-economic reports).

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Product Catalogue

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COM_FABRIK_ORDERDescription COM_FABRIK_ORDERAccess BUL
Potatoes DaRT marker array for potato Genomic Resources An array of DArT markers for potato discovered by screening a library of several thousand fragments from a genomic representation prepared from a pool of DNA samples that encompass the diversity of the species. The use of the microarray platform make s this tool very efficient because all markers on... (read more) Available through Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Ltd (DArT P/L)

http://www.diversityarrays.com/
Potatoes Mutagenized potato seeds Germplasm 2,000 potato seeds mutagenized with EMS at LD20 for development of a saturated mutant population of a wild potato species. Contact M. Ghislain, International Potato Center, Lima, Peru

m.ghislain@cgiar.org
Potatoes A potato germplasm reference set Germplasm A set of 1027 potato accessions virus free and available for international distribution Contact International Potato Center (CIP), Lima, Peru

www.cippotato.org
Sweetpotatoes DaRT marker array for yam Genomic Resources An array of DArT markers for yam discovered by screening a library of several thousand fragments from a genomic representation prepared from a pool of DNA samples that encompass the diversity of the species. The use of the microarray platform make s this tool very efficient because all markers on a ... (read more) Available through Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Ltd (DArT P/L)

http://www.diversityarrays.com/
Lentils DaRT marker array for pigeon pea Genomic Resources An array of DArT markers for pigeon pea discovered by screening a library of several thousand fragments from a genomic representation prepared from a pool of DNA samples that encompass the diversity of the species. The use of the microarray platform make s this tool very efficient because all marker... (read more) Available through Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Ltd (DArT P/L)

http://www.diversityarrays.com/
Lentils A validated Pigeon Pea germplasm reference collection Genomic Resources The Pigeon Pea Reference Set is composed of a core set of accessions representing the genetic diversity of the entirety of the ICRISAT germplasm bank collection. The reference set represents a critical resource for plant scientists to study new adaptative traits, discover new favorable alleles and a... (read more) The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics(ICRISAT) Germplasm Bank
Pearl Millet DaRT marker array for pearl millet Genomic Resources An array of DArT markers for pearl millet discovered by screening a library of several thousand fragments from a genomic representation prepared from a pool of DNA samples that encompass the diversity of the species. The use of the microarray platform make s this tool very efficient because all mark... (read more) Available through Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Ltd (DArT P/L)

http://www.diversityarrays.com/
Wheat A selection wheat/barley introgression lines with drought tolerance Germplasm Wheat - barley translocation line, 3HS.3BL, and the addition lines, 3H, 4H Mv9kr1/lgri, showing the best drought resistance index in the field under a rainout shelter. The 3H Mv9kr1/Igri, the 4H A.komugi/Manas, the 6H Mv9kr1/Betzes addition and the 7DL.7DS-5HS, 6BL.6BS-4H translocations were... (read more) Contact: Marta Molnar-Lang, Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvásár, Hungary

molnarm@mail.mgki.hu
Wheat A wheat/barley introgression line with salt tolerance Germplasm The wheat/barley addition line, 7H Asakazekomugi/Manas , found tolerant to moderate (200 mM NaCl L-1) salinity in laboratory tests. Contact: Marta Molnar-Lang, Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvásár, Hungary

molnarm@mail.mgki.hu
Wheat A wheat/barley introgression lines with aluminum tolerance Germplasm Both the wheat cv. Asakazekomugi and barley cv. Manas indicated good Al-tolerance in laboratory tests. The wheat/barley addition Asakazekomugi/Manas addition lines (4H, 6H, 7H) indicated good Al-tolerance in in tests, as well. Contact: Marta Molnar-Lang, Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvásár, Hungary

molnarm@mail.mgki.hu
Barley SNP markers for drought tolerance QTLs in barley recombinant chromosome substitution lines Informative Markers A set of SNP markers designed via an Illumina and GoldenGate assay (Close et al., 2009*) of barley recombinant chromosome substitution lines These SNPs are based on ESTs; HarvEST 35 unigene number can be supplied by access contact person as noted Contact: Professor Robbie Waugh, SCRI, Scotland, UK

Robbie.Waugh@scri.ac.uk
Barley Small chromosomal regions of wild barley indicating increased yield under drought Genomic Resources Data set describing small chromosomal regions in wild barley conferring increased yields unders drought and identified by flanking SNP markers Contact: Professor Robbie Waugh, SCRI, Scotland, UK

Robbie.Waugh@scri.ac.uk
Barley Candidate drought-tolerance genes from homologous regions in rice Genomic Resources Chromosomal regions in rice homologous to regions conferring drought tolerance in barley. Regions are identified by SNP flanking markers. Contact: Professor Robbie Waugh, SCRI, Scotland, UK

Robbie.Waugh@scri.ac.uk
Barley SNP markers for drought tolerance QTLs in landrace barleys Informative Markers A set of SNP markers designed via an Illumina and GoldenGate assay (Close et al., 2009*) of the Syrian and Jordanian Landrace Collection of barley. These SNPs are based on ESTs; HarvEST 35 unigene number can be supplied by access contact person as noted below. Contact: Professor Robbie Waugh, SCRI, Scotland, UK

Robbie.Waugh@scri.ac.uk
Barley Candidate genes for drought tolerance in barley landraces Genomic Resources Candidate genes for drought tolerance identified from the Syrian and Jordanian Landrace Collection of barley. Contact: Professor Robbie Waugh, SCRI, Scotland, UK

Robbie.Waugh@scri.ac.uk
Groundnuts New groundnut synthetics for drought tolerance Germplasm Four new synthetic amphidiploids (c.5) incorporating the the nenomes of wild Arachis spp. selected for their drought tolerance:

(A. batizocoi K9484 x A. stenosperma V10309)4x , (A. batizocoi K9484 x A. duranensis SeSn2848), (A. batizocoi K9484 x A. duranensis V14167), 4x
and (A... (read more)
Contact:

José Valls, EMBRAPA, Brazil or David Bertioli, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia, Brazil

valls@cenargen.embrapa.br davidbertioli@unb.br
Groundnuts Improved gene-rich reference maps for groundnut Genomic Resources Improved gene-rich reference maps for the component, AA and BB diploid and the tetraploid AABB genomes of groundnut. All maps available through published studies. Contact: José Valls, EMBRAPA, Brazil or David Bertioli, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia, Brazil or Marcio C. Moretzsohn, EMBRAPA, Brazil

valls@cenargen.embrapa.br davidbertioli@unb.br marciocm@cenargen.embrapa.br


read more)
Groundnuts A genetic map for disease resistance genes in groundnut Genomic Resources A genetic map with 34 sequence-confirmed candidate disease resistance genes and five Late Leaf Spot QTLs mapped. Map available through a published study.
Contact: José Valls, EMBRAPA, Brazil or
David Bertioli, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia, Brazil or Soraya Leal-Bertioli, EMBRAPA, Brazil

soraya@cenargen.embrapa.br valls@cenargen.embrapa.br davidbertioli@unb.br

read more)
Groundnuts An analysis of genome synteny of Arachis with other legumes Genomic Resources A genome synteny of Arachis analysed with L. japonicus, M. tuncatula and common bean derived from an analysis based on more than 100 genic markers. Analysis results available through a published study.
Contact: José Valls, EMBRAPA, Brazil or
David Bertioli, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia, Brazil or Jens Stougaard, Univesity of Aahus, Denmark

valls@cenargen.embrapa.br
davidbertioli@unb.br
stougaar... (read more)
Groundnuts Genotyping system for incorporation of wild Arachis genes in groundnut breeding programs Protocol A genotyping system (c. 10 markers per chromosome) based on genic markers suitable for use in breeding programs to introgress wild Arachis spp. genes into cultivated groundnut. Contact: José Valls, EMBRAPA, Brazil or
David Bertioli, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia, Brazil

valls@cenargen.embrapa.br
davidbertioli@unb.br marciocm@cenargen.embrapa.br