Phenotype

AgroLD

 

The Agronomic Linked Data knowledge graph database for plant molecular data
Referent(s): 
Pierre Larmande
Funding: 

IBC - Institut de Biologie Computationnelle

IFB - Institut Francais de Bioinformatique

Cassava Genome Hub

the integrated portal for cassava
Referent(s): 
Manuel Ruiz, Alexis Dereeper
Funding: 

Agropolis Fondation (Twin post-doc)

EURIGEN

The EURIGEN project "Genotyping for the Conservation and Valorization of European Rice Germplasm", is the Action 049 of the AGRI GEN RES program for conservation, characterisation, collection and utilization of genetic resources in agriculture funded by the European Commission - DG Agriculture and Rural Development. 

Eurigen Database manages genetic, phenotypic and genomic information on rice working collections of European institutions
Referent(s): 
Chantal Hamelin
Funding: 

European Commission - DG Agriculture and Rural Development

Cocoa Genome Hub

Access the cocoa Criollo Genome Version 2 with 99% of the genes anchored to the 10 chromosomes

a Web portal for crossing cocoa phenotypic, genetic and genomic data from ICGD and TropGeneDB databases
Referent(s): 
Gaëtan Droc

Oryza Tag Line

Oryza Tag Line consists in a searchable database integrating phenotypic data resulting from the evaluation of the Génoplante rice insertion line library.

Oryza Tag Line database
Referent(s): 
Pierre Larmande
Funding: 

Génoplante

TropGeneDB

TropGeneDB is a component of the South Green Bioinformatics Platform for the management of genetic, molecular and phenotypic data on tropical crop species. The most common data stored in TropGeneDB are molecular markers, QTLs (Quantitative Trait Loci), genetic and physical maps, genetic diversity, phenotypic diversity studies, and information on genetic resources (geographic origin, parentage, collection). TropGeneDB is organized on a crop basis with currently nine public modules (banana, cocoa, coconut, coffee, cotton, oil palm, rice, rubber tree, sugarcane).

gene database for tropical plants
Referent(s): 
Chantal Hamelin, Manuel Ruiz
Funding: 

This project is mainly supported by CIRAD core funding.

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