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On genomics: GCP workshop at PAG XXII
Wednesday, 2014/03/05 | 08:11:51

As is the custom, GCP will host a workshop at the annual International Plant and Animal Genome Conference (PAG XXII), which this year opens its doors tomorrow, 11th January, in San Diego, California, USA.

 

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Details for the GCP workshop:

 

  • Generation Challenge Programme #2150
  • Date: Monday, 13th January 2014
  • 12:50 pm–3:00 pm
  • Location: Royal Palm Salon 4,5,6

Programme

Time (PM)

Topic

Presenter/Moderator

12:50–12:55

Welcome and introductions

Rajeev Varshney, ICRISAT

12:55–1:15

Rice aluminum tolerance – Multiple genes to exploit for enhancing production on acid soils

Leon Kochian, USDA–ARS & Cornell University

1:15–1:35

Nad7: A candidate gene responsible for cytoplasmic male sterility in pigeonpeas (Cajanas cajan)

Pallavi Sinha, ICRISAT

1:35–1:55

Genomic resources applied to marker-assisted breeding in cowpeas

Bao Lam Huynh, University of California

1:55–2:15

Crop ontology: A resource for enabling access to breeders' data

Elizabeth Arnaud, Bioversity International

2:15–2:35

ISMU 2.0: A pipeline for genomic selection

Abhishek Rathore, ICRISAT

2:35–2:55

Progress on the Breeding Management System of the Integrated Breeding Platform

Graham McLaren, Generation Challenge Programme

2:55–3:00

Summary and wrap-up

Rajeev Varshney, ICRISAT

  1. For abstracts of the presentations above, follow the links at this PAG XXII page.
  2. Access all the presentations available to us here on SlideShare (added 17th Jan 2014)
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