Version 3.0 of IBP’s Breeding Management System now available

Now with the complete suite: lists, nurseries and trials streamlined in a same browser-based interface.

The IBP released a robust version of the Breeding Management System (BMS) in September, with significant improvements to core applications and exciting new functionality. It is an all-round performing solution that breeders can seriously start deploying and using throughout all steps of their breeding programmes.

Highlights of version 3.0 consist of: Continue reading

Allelic relationships of flowering time genes in chickpea

Molecular Characterization of Mutant Germplasm - A Manual (FAO/IAEA Interregional Training Course on Mutant Germplasm Characterization)

Agricultural Transformation by Innovation (AgTraIn) FELLOWSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES 2015

The Agricultural Transformation by Innovation (AgTraIn) invites grant applications from doctoral candidates around the world leaving behind the 28 EU member states and EEA_EFTA states for the Erasmus Mundus Fellowships programs.

About AgTraIn Fellowships

A fully integrated three-year Ph.D. Programme with focus on: Continue reading

ICARDA Training Courses 2014

Event Date
Wed, 2014-10-01 (All day) - Wed, 2014-12-31 (All day)
Please find below the links to ICARDA's complete programme and calendar for 2014.
Individual non-degree training:
In Additon to the group courses listed, specialized non-degree training is available for individuals or small groups of candidates, request of their National Agricultural Research Systems in line with ongoing collaboration programs.

A High Throughput, Improved Rapid and Reliable Genomic DNA Extraction Protocol From Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)

Physiological Studies on Moisture Stress Tolerance in Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) Genotypes

Rizvi AH, Dwivedi VK, Sairam RK, Yadav SS, Bharadwaj C, Sarker A, Alam A.  2014.  Physiological Studies on Moisture Stress Tolerance in Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) Genotypes. International Journal of Scientific Research in Agricultural Sciences. (2):23-31.

Studies on heritability and genetic advance in chickpea (cicer arietinum L.)

Molecular diversity of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes differing in their Raffinose family Oligosaccharides viz., raffinose and stachyose content as revealed through SSR markers

Development Dialogues Blog Competition: Talking Science

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