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- About GrainGenes
- The GrainGenes Database
- Mailgroup 'grains@graingenes'
- GrainGenes Administrative Information
- GrainGenes Gopher
- How to link to GrainGenes
- Submitting data to GrainGenes
- GrainGenes data contributors - the GrainGenes Honor Roll. We'd love to have you here too!
- How to cite GrainGenes
- GrainGenes, the Triticeae and Avena Genome Database
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- Access the GrainGenes Database
- Primary site, wheat.pw.usda.gov/GG3
This mailing list of ca. 800 scientists working on wheat, barley, oat and related species has operated since 1992, and currently gets a few messages per week. Members are permitted to post messages directly to the group by sending to the address firstname.lastname@example.org. To join the mailgroup, please send your request to GrainGenes curators. For our records, please also let us know what crops you work on, and your institutional affiliation.
- About Administration Information
- Templates for Data Entry
- Handling References
- Nomenclature and Conventions
- Current GrainGenes models.wrm file
- Naming Loci
- Nomenclature of Biochemical and Molecular Loci in Wheat
- Reserved Laboratory Designators for DNA Clones, Primers and Markers
- Suggested Guidelines for the Nomenclature and Abbreviation of the Genetic Stocks of Wheat
- Syntax and Conventions for GrainGenes Datafiles
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