TriMEDB: A database to integrate transcribed markers and facilitate genetic studies of the tribe Triticeae

  • Mochida K
  • Saisho D
  • Yoshida T
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The recent rapid accumulation of sequence resources of various crop species ensures an improvement in the genetics approach, including quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis as well as the holistic population analysis and association mapping of natural variations. Because the tribe Triticeae includes important cereals such as wheat and barley, integration of information on the genetic markers in these crops should effectively accelerate map-based genetic studies on Triticeae species and lead to the discovery of key loci involved in plant productivity, which can contribute to sustainable food production. Therefore, informatics applications and a semantic knowledgebase of genome-wide markers are required for the integration of information on and further development of genetic markers in wheat and barley in order to advance conventional marker-assisted genetic analyses and population genomics of Triticeae species.

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  • Keiichi Mochida

  • Daisuke Saisho

  • Takuhiro Yoshida

  • Tetsuya Sakurai

  • Kazuo Shinozaki

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