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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Crop/Area Product Type Description Access BUL
Chickpea MAGIC lines for trait mapping Germplasm A total of 1200 MAGIC lines were developed by using eight desi chickpea elite lines/cultivars (ICC 4958, ICCV 10, JAKI 9218, JG 11, JG 130, JG 16, ICCV 97105 and ICCV 00108) from Ethiopia, Kenya and (read more) Send request to: Dr Pooran Gaur, Principal Scientist (Chickpea Breeding), ICRISAT, Patancheru, Hyderabad 502 324, AP, India; Email: P.Gaur@cgiar.org; Fax: +91-40-30713074/30713075.
Note: The recipie (read more)
2
Groundnuts Groundnut synthetics for drought tolerance Germplasm (A. batizocoi K9484 x A. stenosperma V10309)4x and (A. gregoryii V6389 x A. stenosperma V10309)4x

Contact David Bertioli, Unversity of Brasilia, Brazil
davidbertioli@unb.br

Refer to:
Supplementary information:

Foncéka D, Hodo-Abalo T, Rivallan R, Faye I, Sall MN, Ndoye O, Fávero AP, Bert (read more)
2
Pearl Millet Genomic tools for pearl millet Genomic resources 1) A set of nearly 400,000 short-sequence pearl millet ESTs from drought-stressed root and shoot libraries of a pair of elite, genetically diverse pearl millet inbreds developed and mined for EST-SSRs (read more) Data sets available on-line
contigs: http://gcpcr.grinfo.net/files/cr_files/gcpcr_file1016.xlsx
singletons: http://gcpcr.grinfo.net/files/cr_files/gcpcr_file1017.xlsx
SSR markers: http://gcpcr.gri (read more)
3
Rice Upland and lowland rice varieties introgressed with drought tolerance QTL. Germplasm 1- Vandana variety introgessed with qDTY12.1. The introgressed line identity is IR 84984-83-15-481-B.
2- IR64 variety introgressed with qDTY2.2 and qDTY4.1. The identity of the most promising lines i (read more)
Contact : Arvind Kumar, IRRI, Philippines a.Kumar@cgiar.org 1
Rice Markers for a major salt-tolerance QTL, Saltol, in rice Informative markers 10 SSR foreground markers across the Saltol region including gene-based markers. Also 80 robust background markers identified that are polymorphic between FL478/Fl378 and Bangladesh varieties, BR11 a (read more) Contact Abdelbagi M. Ismail, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), The Philippines
abdelbagi.ismail@cgiar.org
1
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 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
Pearl Millet Recombinant inbred line (RIL) sets for pearl millet Germplasm 14 recombinant inbred line sets derived from pearl millet biparental crosses:. F7 seed for eight RIL populations, F6 seed for two RIL populations, F5 seed for three RIL populations and F4 seed for a s (read more) Available by request from the Dryland Cereals Program, ICRISAT, India.
Contact Dr Rakesh Srivastava r.k.srivastava@cgiar.org
2
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
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
Maize A SNP array for drought candidate genes in maize. Genomic Resources 1536 SNP array for Drought Candidate Genes. GCP Central Registry http://gcpcr.grinfo.net/

http://www.panzea.org/db/gateway?file_id=2007_candidate_snp

Contact: Sarah Hearne, CIMMYT, Mexico
s.hearne@cgiar.org
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
Musa SSR markers for the BORLI (Musa) map Genomic Resources 180 SSR markers and 380 DArT markers for the BORLI (Musa) map and 41 BACs completely sequenced. 2 cDNA libraries from PKW leaves and roots produced. 5760 ESTs clones from these libraries sequenced.
(read more)
Direct on-line access:

http://www.musagenomics.org/
http://www.gnpannot.org/fr/content/musaceae-statistics
http://tropgenedb.cirad.fr/tropgene/?module=BANANA
http://esttik.cirad.fr/cgi-bin/publi (read more)
3
Rice MAGIC Indica Germplasm 1831 S6:8 lines drived from intercrossing of 8 Indica founder lines according to MAGIC schema. The founder lines are [Fedearroz 50, Shan?Huang Zhan?2 (SHZ?2), IRRI 123 (PSBRc82), IR77186?122?2?2?3, I (read more) IRRI, working collection available for distribuion upon requests. MTA required as institutional policy. Contact Hei Leung, hleung@irri.org 2
Potatoes Mutagenized potato seeds Germplasm 2,000 potato seeds mutagenized with EMS at LD20 for development of a saturated mutant population of a wild potato species. Contact M. Ghislain, International Potato Center, Lima, Peru

m.ghislain@cgiar.org
3
Rice Oryzae glaberrima accessions resistant to Bacterial Leaf Blight Germplasm 20 accessions of O. glaberrima found resistant to one of three new African races of Bacterial Leaf Blight Contact Marie Noelle Ndjiondiop, AfricaRice, Benin

M.NDJIONDJOP@cgiar.org
2
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 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
Rice MAGIC Plus Germplasm 2200 S6:8 lines drived from intercrossing of 8 Indica founder lines according to MAGIC with two additional rounds of 8-way F1 intercrossing.
The founder lines are [Fedearroz 50, Shan?Huang Zhan?2 (SH (read more)
IRRI, working collection available for distribuion upon requests. MTA required as institutional policy. Contact Hei Leung, hleung@irri.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
Rice An array of SNP markers for rice Genomic Resources 250 SNP markers developed for rice: 60 in the Xa7 region on chromosome 6, 60 around Xa13 on chromosome 8, and 130 around the cluster Xa4/Xa22/Xa26 on chromosome 11. Contact Susan McCouch, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY USA

srm4@cornell.edu
3
Cassava South American drought tolerant varieties of cassava Germplasm 26 South American cassava varieties with varying drought tolerance traits. Contact. A. Alves, USDA-ARS National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation, Ft. Collins, CO, USA

Alfredo.Alves@ars.usda.gov
2
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
Groundnuts QTL map for disease resistance in groundnut Genomic Resources 34 sequence-confirmed candidate disease resistance genes and five QTL mapped on the reference AA-genome population. Detials can be found in the following publication: Leal-Bertioli et al., 2009. Identification of candidate genome regions controlling disease resistance in Arachis. BMC Plant Biology, 9:112.

Corres (read more)
3
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 MAGIC Japonica Germplasm 400 S4:6 lines drived from intercrossing of 8 japonica founder lines according to Multi-parent Advanced Generation Inter-Crosses (MAGIC) schema [CSR30, Cypress, IAC165, Jinbubyeo, WAB56?125, IR73571?3 (read more) IRRI, working collection available for distribuion upon requests. MTA required as institutional policy. Contact Hei Leung, hleung@irri.org 2
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
Cowpea A microarray chip for expression analysis in cowpea. Genomic Resources 41949 EST sequences from drought stressed and non-stressed drought susceptible and tolerant cowpea materials generated, representing 16954 unigenes. Contact S. Hearne, CIMMYT, Mexico

s.hearne@cgiar.org
3
Rice Dataset of non-host genes for rice varieties IR64 and Nipponbare. Genomic Resources 488 rice IR64 potential non-host genes, 492 rice Nipponbare potential non-host genes. jean-benoit Morel (CIRAD), jbmorel@cirad.fr 3
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
Cowpea A physical map of cowpea Genomic Resources 60,000 BACs from African breeding genotype IT97K-499-35 were fingerprinted. The final physical map is an assembly of 43,717 BACs with a depth of 11x genome coverage. The clones were assembled into con (read more) Contact Timothy Close, University of California (Riverside) at timothy.close@ucr.edu
or
Dr. Ming-Cheng Luo, University of California (Davis) at mcluo@ucdavis.edu

Http://phymap.ucdavis.edu/cowpe (read more)
3
Potatoes A Potato Germplasm Identification Kit of SSR markers Genomic Resources A set of SSR markers selected for potato genetic identification consisting of the most discriminatory 24 SSR markers covering all chromosomes, 2 per chromosome at a map distance of >10cM. Contact Marc Ghislain, CIP - Nairobi, Kenya
M.Ghislain@cgiar.org
3
Global Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for high-throughput molecular genotyping Informatics Application/Tool A LIMS developed by ICRISAT to meet the needs of a moderately high-throughput molecular genotyping facility. The ICRISAT LIMS is being used at the genomics laboratory facilities in ICRISAT-Patancher (read more) Directly downloadable at http://www.icrisat.org/bt-bioinformatics-lims.htm

Contact: Trushar Shah, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics(ICRISAT)

TM.Shah@cgiar.org
3
Groundnuts A groundnut BAC library Genomic Resources A Bacteria Artificial Chromosome (BAC) groundnut library with approximately 80,000 clones Guimarães PM, Garsmeur O, Proite K, Leal-Bertioli SCM, Seijo G, Chaine C, Bertioli DJ, D`Hont A. (2008) BAC libraries construction from the ancestral diploid genomes of the allotetraploid cultivated (read more) 3
Cassava A cassava mapping population for drought tolerance in South America Germplasm A cassava mapping population genotyped with SSR markers for drought tolerance QTL. Contact. A. Alves, USDA-ARS National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation, Ft. Collins, CO, USA

Alfredo.Alves@ars.usda.gov
3
Rice A CSSL population of Oryza sativa x O. rufipogon Germplasm A Chromosome Segment Substitution Line working population of 60 BC3DH interspecific lines bearing introgressed genome segments from the AA genome of the wild species, Oryza rufipogon Available through IRRI rice genebank, Los Banos, The Philippines
Contact Ruaraidh Sackville Hamilton
r.hamilton@cgiar.org

For additional information contact
M. Lorieux, CIAT/IRD, Cali, Colombia
(read more)
2
Rice A CSSL population of Oryza sativa x O. meridonalis Germplasm A Chromosome Segment Substitution Line working population of 32 BC3DH interspecific lines bearing introgressed genome segments from the AA genome of the wild species, Oryza meridionalis Available through IRRI rice genebank, Los Banos, The Philippines
Contact Ruaraidh Sackville Hamilton
r.hamilton@cgiar.org

For additional information contact
M. Lorieux, CIAT/IRD, Cali, Colombia
(read more)
2
Rice A CSSL population of Oryza sativa x O. glaberrima Germplasm A Chromosome Segment Substitution Line working population of 62 BC3DH interspecific lines bearing introgressed genome segments from the AA genome of the cultivated species, Oryza glaberrima, in a O. (read more) Available through IRRI rice genebank, Los Banos, The Philippines
Contact Ruaraidh Sackville Hamilton
r.hamilton@cgiar.org

For additional information contact
M. Lorieux, CIAT/IRD, Cali, Colombia
(read more)
2
Rice A CSSL population of Oryza sativa x O. glumaepatula Germplasm A Chromosome Segment Substitution Line working population of about 60 interspecific lines bearing introgressed genome segments from the AA genome of the wild species, Oryza glumaepatula Contact M.Lorieux, CIAT/IRD, Cali, Colombia

m.lorieux@cgiar.org
2
Groundnuts A collection of Bolivian groundnut landraces Germplasm A collection of Bolivia with new accessions imported from USDA (375 accessions) and others collected in the Southern Bolivia (Chaco Boliviano) Contact: Antonio Gandarillas, Promotion and Research of Andean Products (Proinpa) Foundation, La Paz, Bolivia

gandaril@proinpa.org
3
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
Chickpea A reference genetic map for chickpea Genomic Resources A comprehensive genetic map comprising 1,291 marker loci including SSRs, DArTs and SNPs on eight linkage groups (LGs) spanning a total of 845.56 cM distance was developed The number of markers per lin (read more) Contact R. K. Varshney, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Patancheru, India

r.k.varshney@cgiar.org

Also refer to: Thudi M, Bohra A, Nayak SN, Varghese N (read more)
3
Global Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Data Analysis Pipe Line Informatics Application/Tool A data analysis pipeline capable of identifying the SNPs between the parental genotypes using different algorithms Available on-line
http://hpc.icrisat.cgiar.org/ngs/

Also contact T. Shah, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Patancheru, India (TM.shah@cgiar.org)

2
Global KBio Converter Informatics application/tool A data translation tool which relates KBioscience (LGC Genomics) KASP data output to a reference SNP source sequence. This conversion tool enables the user to input a standard KBio SNP Viewer input f (read more) Contact: Timothy Close, University of California - Riverside, USA, timothy.close@ucr.edu 3
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 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
Rice A database storing the data from several rice microarray systems Informatics Application/Tool A database storing the data from several rice microarray systems established, and a pipeline system developed for the cis-element search in the promoter region of the genes which turned out to be the (read more) Contact S. Kikuchi,National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS), Japan

skikuchi(0)nias.affrc.go.jp

online at: http://www.dna.affrc.go.jp/database/
3
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
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 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

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