Sorghum is the fifth most important cereal crop and is the dietary staple of more than 500 million people in more than 30 countries. It is grown on 42 m ha in 98 countries of Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. Nigeria, India, USA, Mexico, Sudan, China and Argentina are the major producers. Other sorghum producing countries are Mauritania, Gambia, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Niger, Somalia and Yemen, Chad, Sudan, Tanzania and Mozambique.
- SNP Markers for Sorghum
- SNP Marker Conversion to KASPAR System for Sorghum
- SSR Markers for Sorghum
- DArTs Markers for Sorghum
- Genetic Maps for Sorghum
- QTLs for Sorghum
- Physical Maps for Sorghum
- Comparative Maps for Sorghum
- Transcriptomics for Sorghum
- Genome Sequencing for Sorghum
- Link to crop ontology, with downloadable trait dictionary
To obtain the Central Database for Sorghum (which provides historical phenotyping data, germplasm information, trait information, and some genotyping data), download the Breeding Management System.Data curator: Praveen Reddy Teegala (ICRISAT) and Ibrahima Sissoko (for Crop Ontology).
CGIAR Crop Lead Centre: