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21. Genomics And Proteomics Abstracts
As well, these high resolution maps will aid in assembling the that has no match inthe existing databases on the that this site is in the nuclear genome on a
XXI Fungal Genetics Conference
Asilomar, California
March 2001 Genomics and Proteomics Physical mapping and functional analysis of chromosome IV pericentric region in Aspergillus nidulans . Alexei Aleksenko and Michael Lynge Nielsen. BioCentrum, Technical University of Denmark, Bygn. 223, Lyngby 2800 Denmark Chromosome walk between genes methG, uvsB, hisA, gdhB and frA of A. nidulans produced two continuous segments of a physical map of chromosome IV covering 250kb and 160 kb. Integration of selectable markers into the chromosome targeted by unique cosmid fragments made it possible to establish that the two fragments flank the centromere, with the order of markers methG-uvsB-CEN-hisA-gdhB-frA . The gap in the physical map over the centromere itself was estimated to be between 70 kb and 250 kb. It was shown that the frequency of meiotic recombination in the vicinity of the centromere is strongly reduced. Pericentric fragnets contain highly repetitive AT-rich DNA and degenerated retrotransposons. Centromere-proximal DNA fragments were subcloned in circular and linear vectors, and their behavior in transformation was studied. Heterologous transposition in the phytopathogenic fungus Ustilago maydis using the Caenorhabditis elegans element Tc1.

22. Chickens Genetic Publications
will be much more adaptable for use in computer databases, and will The AraucanaChicken The newest version of a chicken genome map gives GHANA agric News.
Our goal ANTWI FARMS PROJECT Chickens General ... Drawing the Chicken Genome Map
Imagine taking a trip and creating the roadmap as you travel. That's exactly what ARS scientists at the Avian Disease and Oncology Laboratory are doing as they draw the genetic map of the domestic chicken. Read more... ANTWI FARMS We believe in a better World Home


Chickens Genetics Chickens - Alphabetic Breed Listings
Department of Animal Science - Oklahoma State University - Read more... Nomenclature for naming loci, alleles, linkage groups, and chromosomes to be used in poultry genome publications and databases
The human locus and allele nomenclature outlined by Shows et al. (1987) will be adopted. Thus, present standard nomenclature will be converted to the new nomenclature and the new nomenclature used for naming any new identified genes. The new terminology will be much more adaptable for use in computer databases, and will appear as entered on non-graphics screens, except for italics. The Somes nomenclature should be directly convertible to the new nomenclature in many cases by the Resource Panel appointed by the Nomenclature Committee. All new names should be reviewed for duplication and standard nomenclature.

23. Issues In S And T, Summer 2001, Patenting Agriculture
in an appellate case, Pioneer v. JEM agric. Foundation through the InternationalRice genome Sequence Working will be placed into public databases, and the
    Global Food Fight
    Patenting Agriculture An intense drive to patent agricultural biotechnologies may hurt those who would benefit most: people in developing countries.
      More than one million children die each year because of a chronic lack of vitamin A. Millions more suffer disease. Many of these children live in developing nations where rice is the main staple. To help solve this problem, scientists have genetically engineered a variety of rice that is rich in beta carotene, an important source of vitamin A. Dubbed golden rice because of its yellow color, it could help improve millions of lives in developing countries, as well as improve the nutrition of legions of people in developed countries. But a careful study shows that anyone wanting to produce golden rice might have to secure licenses for more than 30 groups of patents issued to separate entities. These research institutions are now facing increasingly pervasive ownership of intellectual property rights. Simply to conduct research, the centers must consider the risk of infringing patents. This is a situation in which the patent system has worked to encourage private research but has at the same time greatly complicated crucial applications of the new technology. The problem goes much further than the legal scope of patents. Universities in developed nations, such as U.S. land grant universities, which are so critical to healthy U.S. agriculture and which for decades have collaborated closely with CGIAR and developing world research institutions, are themselves pursuing intellectual property rights. As a result, they may refocus their research away from developing-world needs. Furthermore, out of fear of offending their developed-world donors, the international research institutions may be hesitant to use technologies patented by private firms in those nations, even though the technologies are unpatented in the developing nations.

24. [CYSK_ECOLI] Basic UniProt Protein Viewer - UniProt [the Universal Protein Resou
agric. by molecular mass searching of peptide fragments in protein sequence databases. ;. observedproperties of proteins encoded in the genome of Escherichia

25. Agriculture
the Crop Science Society of America; Horticultural Glossary from the University ofConnecticut Plant Database; Plant genome Central Gene maps primarily for
site index HOMER web search help ... Online Resources Home
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See also Animal Science Plant Science , and Natural Resources Contents:
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  • JAKE for finding full names of abbreviated journal titles AGRICOLA via Silver Platter
    Covers all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines, including animal and veterinary sciences, entomology, plant sciences, forestry, aquaculture and fisheries, farming and farming systems, agricultural economics, extension and education, food and human nutrition, and earth and environmental sciences. From 1970 on.

26. 37. Construction Of A Molecular Map Of Rice And Gene Mapping Using A Double Hapl
3) Agronomy Dept., Beijing agric. interactive computer package for constructing primarygenetic linkage maps of experimental RFLP mapping of the rice genome.
Search for: Database: All Protein Ontology Mutant Literature Map Marker QTL Sequence Genome Browser BLAST SSR Search CMap ... Volume 10 Contents
37. Construction of a molecular map of rice and gene mapping using a double haploid population of a cross between Indica and Japonica varieties
Li-Huang ZHU , Ying CHEN , Yuu-Bin XU , Ji-Chen XU , Hong-Wei CAI and Zhong-Zhuan LING 1) Institute of Genetics, Academia Sinica, Beijing, 100101 2) Agronomy Dept., Zhejiang Agric. University, Hangzhou, 310029 3) Agronomy Dept., Beijing Agric. University, Beijing, 100094 4) Institute of Crop Cultivation and Breeding, Chinese Academy of Agri. Sciences, Beijing, 100081
To construct a RFLP framework map of the DH population, the two parents were surveyed by 181 RFLP markers (provided by S.D. Tanksley) with eight restriction enzymes (EcoRI, EcoRV, HindIII, ScaI, XbaI, BamHI, BglII and DraI), and 171 markers showed polymorphism. All of the 8 isozyme markers examined in this cross also showed polymorphism. These results indicate that the polymorphism level is very high and a saturated genetic map can be con- structed from the segregating population derived from these parents. As the first step towards constructing a saturated map, 100 RFLP markers and 8 isozyme loci were scored on the DH population. Segregation data of genetic markers were analyzed, and a linkage map was constructed using MAP- MAKER software package developed by Lander et al. (1987). These 108 markers are distributed throughout the 12 chromosomes with mean map distance of 8.5 cM (Fig. 1). The number of markers on each chromosome ranges from three (chromosome 10) to 17 (chromosome 12). This map compares well with the latest RFLP map constructed in Tanksley's laboratory (personal communication) and lays down foundation for gene mapping with this DH population.

27. Mail Thread Index
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28. MaizeGDB, The Community Database For Maize Genetics And Genomics
For maps that are also present at Gramene (a and Coe,E. (1999) MaizeDB the maizegenome database. In Letovsky,SI (ed.), Bioinformatics databases and Systems.

29. Construction Of Two Genetic Linkage Maps In Cultivated Tetraploid Alfalfa (Medic
in M. truncatula from the public EST database (T. Huguet and its comparison withother sorghum maps Aust J fragments a case study from alfalfa genome Res 2002

30. THE PLANT CELL ONLINE -- Devos And Gale 12 (5): 637
and physical mapscover most of the genome. Additionally, large homologs, especially when given incompletedatabases. The best BLAST of common wheat. Mo. agric. Exp. Stn. Res
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Genome Relationships: The Grass Model in Current Research
Katrien M. Devos a and Mike D. Gale a a John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, Colney, Norwich NR4 7UH, United Kingdom Correspondence to: Katrien M. Devos, (E-mail), 44-1603-450024 (fax) INTRODUCTION TOP INTRODUCTION GENOME COMPARISONS: FROM MAPS... ORGANIZATION OF THE WHEAT... MODEL PLANTS VERSUS CROP... REFERENCES Ten years ago, with the advent of comparative mapping, a new tool became available to plant geneticists. Comparative genome

31. Cluster Structure FP 5
dynamics of genetic diversity interaction in agric. natural systems. comp. mapsfor. (+germaplasm collections eg bot. gardens..; + genomic databases; + ind.
We present here preliminary key points of the European Commission's Framework V Programme which are of interest for plant biotechnology in the "Quality of Life" programme (please note that the numbering of key points in the final programme might differ) AMICA offers cluster formation and coordination Key actions included in this table: 1.1. Development of safe, flexible and new/or improved manufacturing processes and technologies No.3: The "Cell Factory" 3.1. New and innovative health-related processes and products 4.1. New and/or improved systems of production and exploitation in agriculture, fisheries and aquaculture, including the 7.1. Contribution to the determination and interpretation of the sequence of the human genome and key genomes relevant Key action page headings key words Links to biol. raw material for high quality food -better adapt to processing, consumer requirements (enhanced nutritional or organoleptic properties) -plants to produce vaccines, therapeutics, diagnostics Technologies for biological productions -plant based production systems for pharmaceutical substances -therapeutics by recombinant gen. meth. in plants

32. Plant Genome I Conference
Maizedb is one of the prototypes for the development of the Plant genome Database(pgd) being derived by a network of prototype developers working in agric.
Plant Genome I Conference
Edward H. Coe 1, Stanley Letovsky 2, Mary Polacco 3, Denis Hancock 3, Martin M. Sachs 4 and Mary Berlyn 5, 1 ARS, USDA, Agronomy Dept., University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211; 2 Letovsky Associates, New Haven, CT; 3 Dept. of Agronomy, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO; 4 ARS, USDA, UIUC, Urbana, IL; and 5 Yale University, New Haven, CT. Return to Previous Page or Intl-PAG Homepage

33. Plant Genome I Abstracts
Plant Genome I Abstracts
Plant Genome I, November 1992
Plant Genome I Abstracts: Table of Contents
Fan H. Kung, Department of Forestry, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 62901-4411.
Martine Jean 1, Gregory G. Brown 1 and Benoit S. Landry 2,3. 1 Biology Department, McGill University, 1205 rue Docteur Penfield, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, HA 1B1, 2 Agriculture Canada, 430 boul. Gouin, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada, J3B 3E6,3 IRBV, Montreal University, 4101 boul. Sherbrooke est, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, HIX 2B2.
K.S. Aitken, P.L. Jack 1 and J. W. Snape, Cambridge Laboratory, Colney Lane, Norwich, 1 Plant Breeding International, Cambridge.
Linda Franzmann, Elizabeth Yoon, and David Meinke, Department of Botany,Oklahoma State University, Stillwater,OK 74078.

34. Databases
Records are derived from books, periodical articles, pamphlets, maps and musicrecordings. Global Newsbank, Hum, GOLDT Genomes OnLine Database, NSE,
Databases A B C D ... Z
Available via Internet
Available via CD Menu
Available on standalone computer

Number on computer indicates level where CD is available. Name of Database Availability Service Unit More info Years available ABC Political Science on Disc Hum The database provides access to citations and abstracts of journal articles appearing in ca 1000 political science journals 1975-present ABI/Inform Eco Information on advertising, marketing, economics, human resources, finance, taxation, computers and information on 60,000+ companies Academic Search Premier (Ebsco) Hum Mostly full text information Accounting and tax Eco Comprehensive coverage of accounting and tax topics appearing in key industry publications and newspapers. African Healthline Med AHA is the premier collection of bibliographic databases on African health issues. AHA offers access to a unique collection of sources including many from Africa and covering all aspects of African health issues. 1924-current African Studies Hum Provides access to multi-disciplinary information on Africa. Records are derived from books, periodical articles, pamphlets, maps and music recordings. Topics include politics, history, economics, business, mining, development, social issues, anthropology, literature, language, law, music etc.

35. Autres
Sites d organismes indépendants. AGCare agric. GenomeWeb - PlantGenome databases; GrainGenes - A Database for Triticeae and Avena;
Sites d'organismes gouvernementaux et publics
Centres ou initiatives de recherche
Culture in vitro
Recherche agricole internationale

36. New Genomic Resources For The Honey Bee (Apis Mellifera L.): Development Of A De
Detailed linkage maps of the honey bee genome have Interestingly, the low number ofdatabase hits we observed in to melon Fusarium Wilt (Fom2). genome 44 154
New genomic resources for the honey bee
Apis mellifera L.): development of a
deep-coverage BAC library and a
preliminary STC database
J.P. Tomkins , M. Luo , G.C. Fang , D. Main , J.L. Goicoechea
M. Atkins , D.A. Frisch , R.E. Page , Y. Yu
G. Hunt and R.A. Wing
Clemson University Genomics Institute, Room 100 Jordan Hall, Clemson, SC 29634, USA
Arizona Genomics Institute, 303 Forbes Hall, Tucson, AZ 85721, USA
Genome Center of Wisconsin, 445 Henry Mall, Genetics Building B19, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Department of Entomology, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA
Department of Entomology, Purdue University, 1158 Smith Hall, West Lafayette, IN 47907, USA
Corresponding author: J.P. Tomkins
E-mail: jtmkns@CLEMSON.EDU
Genet. Mol. Res. 1 (4): 306-316 (2002)
Received September 23, 2002
Published November 22, 2002
ABSTRACT. We have constructed a bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) library for a European honey bee strain using the cloning enzyme Hin filters. Screening of the library with four mapped honey bee genomic clones and two bee cDNA probes identified an average of 21 positive signals per probe, with a range of 7-38 positive signals per probe. An additional screening was performed with nine aphid gene fragments and one Drosophila gene fragment resulting in seven of the nine aphid probes and the Drosophila probe producing positive signals with a range of 1 to 122 positive signals per probe (average of 45). To evaluate the utility of the library for sequence tagged connector analysis, 1152 BAC clones were end sequenced in both forward and reverse directions, giving a total of 2061 successful reads of high quality. End sequences were queried against SWISS-PROT, insect genomic sequence GSS, insect EST, and insect transposable element databases. Results in spreadsheet format from these searches are publicly available at the Clemson University Genomics Institute (CUGI) website in a searchable format (

37. Untitled Document
There are numerous reports, maps and links to the information page for the AgriculturalGenome World Wide on agriculture, with agricultural databases and other
Agriculture University of Wisconsin River Falls College of Agriculture
The University of Wisconsin River Falls College of Agriculture page describes its facilities, academic departments, and degree programs.The departments focus on areas of agriculture that include biotechnology, agricultural economics, agricultural ...
Purdue University School of Agriculture

The Purdue University School of Agriculture WWW site presents the school's academic programs, which include an international agriculture program. In addition, this page describes its faculty, academic programs, research activities, and agricultural ...
City Farmer's Urban Agriculture Notes

This page has information and links to articles on urban agriculture. The page is provided by City Farmer, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Urban Agriculture Notes is written for those who want to start up their own 'Office of Urban ...
GEARS - Global Entomology Agriculture Research Server

GEARS, the Global Entomology Agriculture Research Server is an exciting new resource concerning the role that insectsoften beesplay in agriculture. There is a wide variety of information here geared to all types of people, including children, ...
New York State Agriculture Experiment Station

The New York State Agriculture Experiment Station page, at Cornell University,presents information on its academic departments, research activities, facultyand publications. The 350 faculty members, research associates, and technicians perform ...

38. Grass Mapping Projects - North America
of data to the central Triticeae genome Database organized by In SJ O Brien (ed.)Genetic maps 1992. a basic molecular understanding of genome organization and

39. Pine Mapping Projects - North America
Dendrome, A genome Database for Forest Trees. to a number of researchers for genomemapping in Objective II Development of genetic maps based on molecular

40. Research Projects
collections, a serious obstacle to generating genetic linkage maps. and tropical trees,using the small genome of papaya our research, see our reference database
Partner Programs: Genes for Georgia NSF BAC Program Institute for Bioinformatics Arizona Genomics Institute ...
Cross-cutting topics

Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench.) is a leading cereal in arid and semi-arid agriculture, ranking fifth in importance among the worlds grain crops (Doggett 1988). Introduced into the US about 150 years ago, sorghum is grown on 10-14 million acres with a farm-gate value of $1.3-1.6 billion/yr. Sorghum is unusually tolerant of low input levels, essential in areas such as the US Southern Plains that receive too little rainfall for other grains. Increased demand for limited fresh water supplies, coupled with global climatic trends, suggest that dryland crops such as sorghum will be of growing importance.
We have made the worlds most detailed molecular map of the sorghum genome, and applied the map to gaining better understanding of many traits important to domestication and improvement of sorghum. Some present activities include:
  • Building a physical map of sorghum that is suitable as a framework for sequencing the sorghum genome Taking advantage of the small and well-characterized sorghum genome to better understand the genomes of more complex and less well-characterized grasses such as sugarcane, bermudagrass, and buffelgrass

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