Author: Peter Wenzl
Genotyping and re-sequencing are among a suite of tools used to enable rapid and cost-effective tool to study genetic diversity. This workshop will explore its use in the genetic curation of accessi ons within and between collection(s). With such information across global collections, it becomes possible identify the truly unique accessions across all of our gene banks, identify possible gaps in the global collection and enable more targeted access to genetic diversity. The workshop will discuss presentations from each participant on use cases. Lessons learned from initiatives such as CIMMYT’s Seeds for Discovery for maize and wheat, and CIP’s investigations on sweet potato and at IITA and CIAT for cassava will be considered.
Elizabeth Arnaud Joshua Cobb David Connor Mark Cooper Peter Craufurd Graeme Hammer Carlos Jara Carlos Messina Eng Hwa Ng Steven Prager MICHAEL GOMEZ SELVARAJ Francois Tardieu Philip Thornton Jacob van Etten Peter Wenzl Yunbi Xu (2021)
Carolina Sansaloni Jorge Franco Bruno Santos Lawrence Percival-Alwyn Cesar Petroli Jaime Campos Kate Dreher Thomas Payne David Marshall Benjamin Kilian Iain Milne Sebastian Raubach Paul Shaw Gordon Stephen Carolina Saint Pierre Juan Burgueño Jose Crossa Huihui Li Andrzej Kilian Peter Wenzl Ahmed Amri Cristobal Uauy Marianne Bänziger Mario Caccamo Kevin Pixley (2020)
A diverse panel of domesticated hexaploid and tetraploid wheat lines and their tetraploid and diploid wild relatives were genotyped using the DArtSeq technology and characterized in a global wheat diversity analysis.