GCP Product Catalogue

The Product Catalogue is an evolving  compilation of  a diverse array of  products derived from tangible outputs of projects supported in whole or in part by the CGIAR Generation Challenge Programme.  As projects mature, more products are added. Products are listed under the specific project crop or ‘Global’.   Under each crop, you will find diverse types of products, such as  germplasm, markers, genomics resources and informatics applications.  ‘Global’ includes products  applicable to several or all crops and generally includes informatics tools and learning materials. We consider all catalogued products as useful. However, our user base is highly varied and includes upstream as well as downstream plant scientists. Not all products will be of direct interest to breeders. Consequently, a BUL (Breeding Use Level) rating has been provided to indicate the direct usefulness of products to breeders:

Breeding Use Levels
BULDescription
1 Ready to use for breeding
 (I.e. predictive markers, germplasm of acceptable agronomic type containing a well-defined and characterized trait, and etc.).
2 Qualified use for breeding
 (i.e germplasm in which trait genetics have not been well defined or markers that may be informative but not necessarily predictive).
3 Indirectly useful for breeding
 (i.e. genomic resources from which downstream products for breeding are developed and many informatics applications).
4 Not developed for breeding, per se
 (i.e. miscellaneous information as socio-economic reports).


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CSV
Crop/Area Product Type Description Access BUL
Rice MAGIC Global Germplasm 1402 S7 lines drived from intercrossing of indica MAGIC [Fedearroz 50, Shan?Huang Zhan?2 (SHZ?2), IRRI 123 (PSBRc82), IR77186?122?2?2?3, IR77298?14?1?2?10,
IR4630?22?2?5?1?3, IR45427?2B?2?2B?1?1 and (read more)
IRRI, working collection available for distribuion upon requests. MTA required as institutional policy. Contact Hei Leung, hleung@irri.org 2
Rice Geo-referenced database on extent of inland valley lowlands In Burkina Faso, Mali, and the Niger and Kaduna states of Nigeria Database This database provides an estimate of the total area available for lowland rice production using geo-spatial modelling and elevation maps. An innovative algorithm was developed to assess inland valle (read more) The validated maps of inland valleys will be published on the spatial rice web portal of AfricaRice once finalized. All information will be available for unrestricted download online.

For more deta (read more)
4
Rice Nested Association Mapping (NAM) population of rice Germplasm 4,000 RILs drived from crosses beteween IR64 (the pivot parent) and 20 donors (ITA 164, CT9998-41-12-M-4, CT10006-7-2-M-2, CT8556-37-1-3-1-M, CT10035-26-4-2-M, CT10035-42-4-4-M, CT10037-56-6-M-M, CT10 (read more) CIAT and AfricaRice have half of the population each. Seeds can be obtained under appropriate SMTA.

At CIAT contact: Mathias Lorieux at m.lorieux@cgiar.org

At AfricaRice contact: Marie-Noelle N (read more)
2
Rice Drought tolerant lines for Mekong region, Southeast Asia Germplasm 6 drought tolerant lines for Laos,
4 drought tolerant lines for Thailand
3 drought tolerant lines for Cambodia

These lines had been selected based on managed drought screening on station and eval (read more)
These lines can be requested from NAFRI, Laos, CARDI, Cambodia and Rice Department, Thailand.

Contact: Boonrat Jongdee at boonrat@brrd.mail.go.th
1
Sorghum Aluminum tolerance diversity data Dataset Phenotyping dataset for aluminum tolerance for 255 accessions Refer to: Caniato, Fernanda F., Claudia T. Guimarães, Martha Hamblin, Claire Billot, Jean-François Rami, Barbara Hufnagel, Leon V. Kochian, et al. “The Relationship Between Population Structure and (read more) 3
Sorghum Markers for aluminum tolerance in sorghum Informative Markers Flanking markers linked to ALTSB a major gene for aluminum tolerance in sorghum. https://www.integratedbreeding.net/markers-altsb-major-qtl-aluminum-tolerance-sorghum
Contact: J.Magalhaes, Embrapa, Brazil
jurandir.magalhaes@embrapa.br
1
Sorghum Gene for sorghum Al tolerance Gene ALTsb confirmed and cloned as a major aluminum tolerance gene in sorghum. Refer to: Magalhaes JM, Liu J, Guimares CT, Lana UGP, Alves VM, Wang Y-H, Schaffert RE, Hoekenga OA, Shaff JE, Pineros MA, Klein PE, and LV Kochian. 2007. A gene in the multidrug and toxic compound ex (read more) 3
Sorghum A validated Sorghum germplasm reference collection Genomic Resources The Sorghum Reference Set is composed of a core set of 384 accessions representing the genetic diversity of a composite set of 3384 accessions germplasm from the ICRISAT bank collection genotyped with (read more) see: http://www.icrisat.org/crop-sorghum-genebank-reference.htm

Available from the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) Germplasm Bank, Patancheru, India

C (read more)
2
Sorghum Validated SSR marker kit for diversity analysis of sorghum germplasm collections Genomic Resources Reference kit of 48 SSRs with primer sequence list used to define the Sorghum Germplasm Reference Set composed of a core set of 384 accessions representing the genetic diversity of a composite set of (read more) Avaialble from the ICRISAT web-site: marker reference kits

http://www.icrisat.org/bt-genomics-sorghum.htm
and
the CIRAD website:
http://sorghum.cirad.fr/SSR_kit/
3
Sorghum Male sterile isogenic elite lines of Mali sorghum Germplasm Isogenic male sterile (ms3) versions of 2 elite lines (Grinkan and Keninkeni) obtained by MAS. Contact
Niaba Teme, IER, Mali
temeniaba@yahoo.com

or
Jean-Francois Rami, CIRAD, France
rami@cirad.fr
2
Sorghum Sorghum breeding lines and landraces with AltSB gene Germplasm 17 lines with AltSB, not all of them confirmed in field condition. Adapted to southern Mali, Burkina Contact Fred Rattunde, ICRISAT, Mali at f.rattunde@cgiar.org 2
Sorghum Backcross-derived sorghum lines containing stay-green introgressions Germplasm 15 backcross-derived introgression lines (13 lines from F2_R04021-2/PI609084 and 2 lines from F2_R04003-2/PI585749). Contact: Andrew Borrell, University of Queensland, Australia at a.borrell@uq.edu.au & David Jordan, University of Queensland, Australia at d.jordan@uq.edu.au 2
Sorghum RIL populations segregating for the stay-green trait Germplasm Four RIL populations developed by crossing an elite Australian stay-green female (R931945-2-2) with four male Malian lines (PI585749, PI585750, PI609084 & PI609114) containing between 170 and 400 li (read more) Contact: Andrew Borrell a.borrell@uq.edu.au or David Jordan d.jordan@uq.edu.au, University of Queensland, Australia 2
Sorghum F1 hybrids containing the stay-green trait Germplasm Six F1 hybrids based on two Malian males (PI585749 & PI609278) crossed with three elite female parent lines from DEEDI (A1*9_B010054, A1*F_B963676 &
F2_ms3*3_R931945-2-2) that contrast in the
leve (read more)
Contact: Andrew Borrell a.borrell@uq.edu.au or David Jordan d.jordan@uq.edu.au, University of Queensland, Australia
or
Sidi Coulibaly , IER, Mali at Scoubali@yahoo.com
1
Sorghum Sorghum Trait Dictionary Informatics Application/Tool A detailed list of traits and measurement methods currently used in the Sorghum community Available for browsing and downloading from: http://www.cropontology.org/ontology/CO_324/Sorghum 1
Sorghum Random Mating Sorghum Population (ms3) with segregation for AltSB and PSTOL1 for use in Africa Germplasm Eleven WA breeding lines and landraces crossed with a diversified guinea population source of male sterility with two random mating Contact Eva Weltzien, ICRISAT, Mali at e.weltzien@cgiar.org 2
Sorghum Converted KASP SNPs for general genotyping of sorghum Informative Markers A set of 1503 SNP markers available as KASP assays https://www.integratedbreeding.net/kbiosciencegcp-kaspar-snp-platform 3
Sorghum Marker Assisted Recurrent Selection manager Informatics Application/Tool An MsAccess database that can be used to manage crosses made and required for the MARS cycles in sorghum. It can also be used by other breeding programs implementing MARS for sorghum. Note: language (read more) Contact Jean-Francois Rami, CIRAD, France
rami@cirad.fr
1
Sweetpotatoes Sweet potato germplasm resistant to Sweet Potato Chlorotic Stunt Virus Germplasm Sweet potato clone VJ08.330 highly resistant to Sweet Potato Chlorotic Stunt Virus Contact: Wolfgang Gruneberg, CIP, Lima, Peru

w.gruneberg@cgiar.org
1
Sweetpotatoes Markers for Sweet Potato Chlorotic Stunt Virus resistance Informative Markers Six potential AFLP markers, seven potential SSR markers, and one potential DArT marker associated with SPCSV resistance Contact: Wolfgang Gruneberg, CIP, Lima, Peru

w.gruneberg@cgiar.org
2
Sweetpotatoes Composite Genotype Set for sweet potato Germplasm Composite Genotype Set (CGS) consisting of 472 sweetpotato accessions representing the genetic and trait diversity of sweetpotato. Geotypically characterized by 93 SSR markers. The major part of this (read more) Contact: Merideth Bonierbale, CIP, Lima, Peru

m.bonierbale@cgiar.org
2
Sweetpotatoes Mapping population of diploid sweet potato Germplasm A diploid sweet potato mapping population for Ipomoea trifida A part of this population (76 genotypes) is established in vitro for conservation and distribution . Contact: Merideth Bonierbale, CIP, Lima, Peru

m.bonierbale@cgiar.org
3
Sweetpotatoes Diploid sweet potato genetic map Genomic Resources A diploid genetic map using new and known markers on this population has been finished. The linkage map has 740 loci spanning a total length of 1335 cM (96 AFLP, 602 DArT and 42 SSR distributed in 15 (read more) Contact: Merideth Bonierbale, CIP, Lima, Peru

m.bonierbale@cgiar.org
3
Sweetpotatoes Gene index for sweet potato under drought Genomic resources Gene index for sweet potato enriched for genes expressed under drought consisting of 31.165 contigs and 29.080 singletons. Contact: Merideth Bonierbale, CIP, Lima, Peru

m.bonierbale@cgiar.org
3
Sweetpotatoes DArT markers for sweet potato Genomic Resources 2000 DArT markers polymorphic in a biodiverse test panel Contact: Merideth Bonierbale, CIP, Lima, Peru

m.bonierbale@cgiar.org
3
Wheat Validated SSR marker kit for diversity analysis of wheat germplasm collections Genomic Resources Reference kit of 19 SSRs with primer sequence list used to define the Wheat Germplasm Reference Set composed of a core set of 330 accessions representing the genetic diversity of the entirety of the (read more) Available from Generation Challenge Program, CIMMYT, Texcoco, Mexico
info@generationcp.org
2
Wheat A microsatellite kit for the GCP wheat reference germplasm set representive of the diversity of the CIMMYT wheat collection Genomic Resources A reference kit of 35 SSRs giving maximum polymorphism across a subset of wheat lines, with a sequence list and protocol, germplasm checks, and allele sizes of microsats for those checks Contact Larry Butler,GCP

l.butler@cgiar.org

Also found in following publication: http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-XBZW200612000.htm
2
Wheat Database for a CIMMYT wheat composite set Genomic Resources A database of a wheat composite set of 2600 accessions genotyped with 49 SSRs and composed of 1) bread wheat cultivars, breeding lines, and landraces; 2) durum wheat cultivars and landraces; and 3) w (read more) Contact S. dreisigacker, International Center for Maize and Wheat Improvement (CIMMYT) El Batan, Mexico

s.dreisigacker@cgiar.org
3
Wheat QTLs for yield, drought adaptive and agronomic traits Informative Markers Markers described for QTLs associated with yield, drought adaptive (GC, CT, CID and SSC) and agronomic traits discriminated from 800 genotypes of spring wheat CIMMYT IWIS3 database. Contact Matthew Reynolds, Wheat Program, CIMMYT, Mexico

m.reynolds@cgiar.org
2
Wheat Methodologies for large scale phenotyping in spring wheat Protocol Novel large-scale phenotyping methodologies for drought adaptive traits in spring wheat CIMMYT IWIS3 database. Contact Matthew Reynolds, Wheat Program, CIMMYT, Mexico

m.reynolds@cgiar.org

Mullan DJ and Reynolds MP (2010) Quantifying Genetic Effects of Ground Cover on Soil Water Ev (read more)
3
Wheat Hexaploid lines developed from emmer x breadwheat crosses Germplasm 1016 DH produced from crossses between key emmer wheats and australian lines. Phenotyping Oz in January and India June 2014. Contact Richard Trethowan, University of Sydney, Australia at richard.trethowan@sydney.edu.au

S. Misra at satishmisra@yahoo.com
2
Wheat Database for phenotypic expression in spring wheat Informatics Application/Tool A database for 800 genotypes of the phenotypic expression for ground cover (GC), canopy temperature (CT), carbon isotope discrimination (CID), soluble stem carbohydrates (SSC) and yield and agronomic (read more) CIMMYT IWIS3 database. Contact Matthew Reynolds, Wheat Program, CIMMYT, Mexico

m.reynolds@cgiar.org
3
Wheat Report on estimation of drought-adaptive traits Informatics Application/Tool Analysis and report identifying the degree to which a range of drought-adaptive traits can be reliable estimated in controlled environoments CIMMYT IWIS3 database; Contact Matthew Reynolds, Wheat Program, CIMMYT, Mexico

m.reynolds@cgiar.org
3
Wheat A selection wheat/barley introgression lines with drought tolerance Germplasm Wheat - barley translocation line, 3HS.3BL, and the addition lines, 3H, 4H Mv9kr1/lgri, showing the best drought resistance index in the field under a rainout shelter. The 3H Mv9kr1/Igri, the 4 (read more) Contact: Marta Molnar-Lang, Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvásár, Hungary

molnarm@mail.mgki.hu
3
Wheat A wheat/barley introgression line with salt tolerance Germplasm The wheat/barley addition line, 7H Asakazekomugi/Manas , found tolerant to moderate (200 mM NaCl L-1) salinity in laboratory tests. Contact: Marta Molnar-Lang, Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvásár, Hungary

molnarm@mail.mgki.hu
3
Wheat A wheat/barley introgression lines with aluminum tolerance Germplasm Both the wheat cv. Asakazekomugi and barley cv. Manas indicated good Al-tolerance in laboratory tests. The wheat/barley addition Asakazekomugi/Manas addition lines (4H, 6H, 7H) indicated good Al-tole (read more) Contact: Marta Molnar-Lang, Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvásár, Hungary

molnarm@mail.mgki.hu
3
Wheat Wheat host and non-host genes Genomic Resources Microarray data on host and non-host resistance in wheat to Magnaporthe grisea Available on-line
Plant Expression Data Base, experiment TA24

http://www.plexdb.org/
3
Wheat SSR non-host markers in wheat Genomic Resources 26 SSR markers for non-host genes to disease in wheat. Primer lists available on request from Jean-Benoit MOREL, Agropolis-INRA

jbmorel@cirad.fr, jsalse@clermont.inra.fr
3
Wheat A validated wheat germplasm reference collection Germplasm The Wheat Germplasm Reference Set is composed of a core set of 330 accessions representing the genetic diversity of the entirety of the CIMMYT germplasm bank collection. The reference set represents a (read more) Available from the CIMMYT Genebank, Texcoco, Mexico
Also contact Tom Payne, Head, Wheat Genebank, CIMMYT, Texcoco, Mexico
t.payne@cgiar.org
2
Wheat SNP markers for drought tolerance in Chinese wheat lines Informative Markers 23 SNP markers for PH and DTC (drought tolerance coefficient of plant height) confirmed and characterized in diverse elite Chinese wheat backgrounds and target environments Contact: Rulian Jing, CAAS, Beijing, China

jingrl@caas.net.cn
2
Wheat Drought tolerant Chinese wheat lines Germplasm 12 accessions with improved drought tolerance identified in breeding programs for use by breeders in new variety breeding Contact: Rulian Jing, CAAS, Beijing, China

jingrl@caas.net.cn
1
Wheat Association Mapping panel of spring wheat accessions. Genomic Resources Data, tissue and DNA for an association mapping panel based on 191 accessions included in the GCP spring wheat reference set grown under rainfed conditions. Tissue and DNA available. The panel was ge (read more) Contact: Susan Dreisigacker, CIMMYT, Texcoco, Mexico
s.dreisigacker@cgiar.org
3
Wheat Molecular markers for plant height and drought tolerance Informative Markers SSR markers for major QTL for plant height and drought tolerance in Chinese elite lines. All marker data published in:
Xianshan Wu, Zhenghang Wang, Xiaoping Chang, Ruilian Jing*. Genetic dissection of the developmental behaviours of plant height in wheat under diverse water regimes. J. E (read more)
2
Wheat An emmer (Triticum dicoccum) composite collection Germplasm A well-documented composite set of 300 emmer wheat accessions. Available from the CIMMYT genebank, Texcoco, Mexico

Also contact Tom Payne, Head, Wheat Germplasm Resources, CIMMYT, Mexico
t.payne@cgiar.org
Contact
2
Wheat A reference set of emmer (Triticum dicoccum) Germplasm A subset of 108 emmer wheat accessions with good agronomic potential and captures most ( ~80%) of the genetic diversity of the emmer collection Available from the CIMMYT Genebank, Texcoco, Mexico

Also contact Tom Payne, Head, Wheat Germplasm Resources, CIMMYT, Mexico
t.payne@cgiar.org
2
Wheat A set emmer(Tricticum dicoccum)/Aegilops Tauschii synthetic wheats Germplasm A collection of synthetic wheats derived from crosses of 70 good performing emmer wheat accessions from geographically diverse origins with three Aegilops tauschii accessions. Available from the CIMMYT Genebank, Texcoco, Mexico

Also contact Tom Payne, Head, Wheat Genebank, CIMMYT, Texcoco, Mexico
t.payne@cgiar.org
2
Wheat An SSR marker kit for assessing the genetic diversity of emmer (Triticum dicoccum) Genomic Resources A set of 48 emmer wheat accessions from India including 28 from a local collection and 20 Indian accessions obtained from CIMMYT, Mexico, was assessed for genetic variability using 47 microsatellite ( (read more) Available from open publication:
Salunkhe A., Tamhankar S., Tetali S., Zaharieva M., Bonnett D. , Trethowan R. and Misra S.(2012): Molecular genetic diversity analysis in emmer wheat (Triticum dicoc (read more)
2
Wheat Wild tetraploid introgressions into hexaploid wheat Germplasm 210 dicoccum based hexaploids with higher yield under stress than best checks in India and Australia

Phenotypic data from Australian and Indian trials is available on approximately 1000 double hapl (read more)
Available globally through request to R Trethowan at The University of Sydney (richard.trethowan@sydney.edu.au). Available locally in India through requests to SC Misra at ARI, Pune (satishmisra@yahoo (read more) 1
Wheat Synthetic derived materials with stress tolerance Germplasm 41 synthetic derivatives made by crossing adapted India bread wheat with primary synthetic wheat based on crosses between T. dicoccum and Aegilops tausshii. These lines have high stress tolerance.

(read more)
Available locally in India through requests to SC Misra at ARI, Pune (satishmisra@yahoo.com) 1
Wheat Elite advanced Chinese winter wheat lines with high levels of stress tolerance Germplasm Elite winter wheat lines Zhongmai 36 & Yunhan 1411, developed using MAB targeting key stress QTL and now in national testing as candidates for possible release.

Phenotypic data from the original m (read more)
Zhongmai 36 available locally in China through requests to Ruilian Jing at CAAS, Beijing ( ??? jingruilian@caas.cn); Yunchan 1411 available locally in China from Xiurong Li, Shanxi Academy of Agricult (read more) 1

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