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Data from: Registration of conventional soybean germplasm JTN-5110 with resistance to nematodes and fungal pathogens

    This dataset was generated from soybean (*Glycine max*) field trials conducted at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center in Jackson, TN and at the Research and Education Center at Milan in Milan, TN as well as from molecular marker screening conducted at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center in Jackson, TN. Table 3 includes measured data for height, yield, and seed size, and rating data for lodging and seed quality for JTN-5110, 5601T, and select other released germplasm lines and cultivars. Table 5 includes rating data for JTN-5110 and soybeans with established SCN resistance from simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers: Satt309 and Sat_168, associated with *rhg1* on chromosome 18; Sat_162, associated with *Rhg4* on chromosome 8; and Satt574, associated with *cqSCN-005* on chromosome 17. Table 7 includes rating data for JTN-5110 and check cultivars from frogeye leafspot (caused by *Cercospora sojina*) field disease screenings conducted in Milan, TN from 2010-2012.

    Genetic fingerprinting of 184 Aspergillus from Ethiopia isolated in 2015 from peanut seeds, raw data

      Genetic fingerprinting of 184 Aspergillus section Flavi isolates from Ethiopia screened with 24 Insertion/Deletion markers located within the aflatoxin-biosynthesis gene cluster. Each file name contains in this order: isolate number, marker number, range of base pairs on the aflatoxin-biosynthesis cluster where the marker is located, and well position within the 384 microplate used for capillary electrophoresis.

      Data from: Phylogeography of the Wheat Stem Sawfly, Cephus cinctus Norton (Hymenoptera: Cephidae): Implications for Pest Management

        The wheat stem sawfly is a key pest of wheat in the northern Great Plains of North America, and damage resulting from this species has recently expanded southward. The genetic divergence between samples collected in North America and northeastern Asia using two mitochondrial regions (COI and 16S) are examined. The structure of genetic diversity in the main wheat producing areas in North America are also characterized using a combination of mtDNA marker and microsatellites in samples collected both in wheat fields and in grasses in wildlands.

        CottonGen Sequence Retrieval

          Sequence Retrieval allows users to download nucleotide and protein sequences including chromosomes, scaffolds, genes, mRNAs, transcript coding sequences, protein, reftrans contigs and unigene contigs. For the sequences aligned to larger sequences, such as genes, mRNAs and transcript coding sequences, a numeric value specifying the number of upstream bases and downstream bases can be entered.

          CottonGen Map Viewer

            MapViewer is a graphical tool for viewing and comparing *Gossypium* spp. genetic maps. It includes dynamically scrollable maps, correspondence matrices, dot plots, links to details about map features, and exporting functionality. It was developed by the MainLab at Washington State University and is available for download for use in other Tripal databases.

            CottonGen JBrowse

              CottonGen has an instance of the JBrowse genome browser for viewing genome data. A list of the Whole Genomes and Chloroplast Genomes is available together with a JBrowse tutorial for more details about how to navigate and use JBrowse.