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You find here, the main species stored in the URGI repository

Wheat@URGI : website dedicated to Wheat
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Why develop grape genomics?
The International Grape Genome Program (IGGP, launched in 2001) aims at coordinating the international efforts for the development of genomic resources for the Vitis genus. Based on the commitment of volunteer scientists, the IGGP has  allowed the whole ...
As part of the Forest tree GnpIS project, several forest trees species and their associated data can be found in GnpIS.These data are provided by different sources (projects and networks) listed on this page. 
Data overview
Data for Castanea, Fraxinus, Picea, Pinus, ...
Agaricus subrufescens is one of the most important culinary-medicinal cultivable mushrooms with potentially high added-value products and extended agronomical valorization. The development of A. subrufescens related technologies is hampered by, among others, the lack of suitable molecular tools. Thus, this mushroom is considered as a genomic orphan ...
Ascomycete Botrytis cinerea (asexual stage of the teleomorph Botryotinia fuckeliana) is a necrotrophic fungus that causes grey mould disease on a very broad host range (more than 200 plant species) and inflicts serious crop losses worldwide.Known as polyphageous, B. cinerea is actually a species ...
Leptosphaeria maculans 'brassicae' (Lmb) is the ascomycete fungus that causes "stem canker" (also termed "Blackleg") on oilseed rape, Brassica napus, and numerous other crucifers (Rouxel et al. 2011). It is representative of an important genus of fungal phytopathogens, the Dothideomycetes, of which six ...
Update: 22 Jun 2010
Creation date: 26 Nov 2009
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