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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2005

CONSERVATION, EVALUATION, AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OF ARID LAND PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES

Arid Plant Genetic

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Research, Education & Economics Information System (REEIS)

Titre : CONSERVATION, EVALUATION, AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OF ARID LAND PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES

Identification : 5302-21000-009-00D

Pays : Etats Unis

Durée : Jun 11, 2008 à Feb 25, 2009

Domaine : Plant Genetic Resources ; Cross-commodity research—multiple crops

Partenaire : AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE PARLIER,CA 93648

Objectifs
Germplasm acquisition to obtain maximum genetic variability within the particular species assigned to this Unit. Maintain suitable storage conditions to ensure minimal loss of seed viability. Regenerate seed lots with low viability or seed numbers and send backup seed to NSSL. Evaluate and document all useful data acquired on the assigned germplasm. Utilize germplasm by distribution to scientists. Regenerate seed lots as requested by other NPGS sites

Descriptif
In order to support plant germplasm conservation of other NPGS PI Stations and Clonal Repositories, accessions will be grown, evaluated for select characteristics, harvested and viable seed returned to the original NPGS site. Relative to germplasm specifically assigned to NALPGRU, plan and conduct activities to acquire, store, regenerate, evaluate/characterize, and distribute plant germplasm. Develop new conservation and preservation protocols that enable long-term genetic security. Prepare and publish appropriate articles, peer reviewed manuscripts and Internet (Germplasm Resources Information Network) data sets for the germplasm user community.

Présentation : USDA

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