Newsltr24 Pig genome Update No. 24 May 1, 1997 We in the entire U.S. animal genome community owe Dr. Neal Jorgensen a big debt of thanks! Ms. Jenny Hergenrother, College of agric. and Life maps of chromosomes; and Objective 3 Expand the development and usage of internationally shared species genome databases http://www.genome.iastate.edu/newsletter/nl24.html
Extractions: Pig Genome Update No. 24 May 1, 1997 We in the entire U.S. animal genome community owe Dr. Neal Jorgensen a big debt of thanks! Neal, more than anyone in the Experiment Stations, helped to develop and shape the National Animal Genome Program which led to the NRSP-8. During his tenure as the lead administrative advisor Neal has helped to organize scientists, plan the program, secure funding for all of the collaborative and cooperative efforts and to defend NRSP-8 from those that who have liked to eliminate it. Neal is retiring from the University of Wisconsin this year where he has been a valued faculty member and administrator for the past 29 years. A reception in his honor will be May 28 and as part of the retirement there will be a gift of a book of letters. Please consider sending Neal a letter of thanks for his efforts. The letters should be unfolded and sent to Ms. Jenny Hergenrother, College of Agric. and Life Sciences, 140 Ag Hall, 1450 Linden Drive, Madison, WI 53706 by no later than May 19. Thanks to some great ideas there will be additional resources to share in 1997.
Extractions: Apunte aquí para versión en Español X Introduction Knowledge and information are key to correct pest management decisions. Integrated pest management (IPM), a system that emphasizes appropriate decision making, is information intensive and depends heavily on accurate and timely information for field implementation by practitioners (Bajwa and Kogan 2000). Additionally, it is critical to strengthen the communication links between researchers and extension professionals and their clientele to expedite multi-way exchange of information and technology transfer. In addition, researchers and extension specialists need the most up-to-date information to design new projects and set future research goals and directions. There is already a large volume of useful IPM information available on the Internet, however, the information is scattered all across the globe. These resources range from topics such as pest identification, biology, control tactics, IPM definitions and basic concepts, to modeling and systems analysis. As awareness of the Internet increases worldwide, more people are participating not only as users of the information but also as creators of new information; as a consequence, the number of both IPM Internet servers and clients is increasing rapidly, perhaps slightly lagging but generally accompanying the exponential growth of the internet itself.
Extractions: Openbook Linked Table of Contents Front Matter, pp. i-xvi Executive Summary, pp. 1-8 1 Introduction, pp. 9-14 2 Sequencing: Generating the Raw Material, pp. 15-22 3 Maximizing the Return from Reference Sequencing: Translati..., pp. 23-30 4 Functional Exploitation of Genome Sequences, pp. 31-36 5 Genomics and the Major Transitions in Plant Evolution, pp. 37-40 6 Development of a National Strategy for Plant Bioinformatic..., pp. 41-50 7 Achieving Interdisciplinary Training, pp. 51-52 References, pp. 53-54 Appendix A: June 6-7, 2002 Workshop Agenda, pp. 55-58 Appendix B: Committee Biographies, pp. 59-64 Appendix C: Number of Publications in 2000-01 of 50 Most Cu..., pp. 65-68 Glossary, pp. 69-76
Agriculture Links - Internet Links - Find Livestock Animal genome, Other Organism genome, Plant Reference The databases canbe browsed or queried. events, plants in the Gardens, maps and information for http://www.slnsw.gov.au/links/agric.cfm
Extractions: Advanced Guide Agriculture links Australian, International, Horticulture Agriculture - Australian ABARE - Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics ABARE is an independent research agency which provides economic forecasts on Australian rural and resource industries. Subjects covered include commodity forecasts, services and infrastructure in the rural sector and risk management in farm businesses. AgNet - Australian Agriculture Index This site provides links to agricultural organisations and businesses. Agrigate This site is a gateway for online and offline resources for agricultural research. Information resources are selected by a committee of specialist librarians and members of the agriculture research community. Agrigate is a project of the libraries of the Universities of Melbourne, Adelaide and Queensland and the CSIRO. Department of Natural Resources Queensland Online - Factsheets This site provides access to fact sheets relating to land, pests, vegetation, water, and rivers. These files are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader. National Farmer's Federation Australia This site provides links to news and weather, commodity prices and markets, as well as technical and government information.
Agriculture Tutorial This is a 12lesson tutorial designed for new users of plant genome databases.The databases included information about genetic maps, molecular markers http://www.mlb.ilstu.edu/ressubj/subject/agric.htm
Plant Genome II Abstracts INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE RFLP maps AND MORPHOLOGICAL VA 240610404; 2 BiotechnologyCenter, Huazhong agric. Ames, IA 50011 DENDROME genome databases FOR FOREST http://www.intl-pag.org/2/
Home Page For The Science & Technology Division Forestry database program, Dendrome (Forest tree genome database) The feature, directory,news, conservation, publications,software, databases, maps and links http://www.vpl.vancouver.bc.ca/branches/LibrarySquare/tec/agric.html
Extractions: Gives accesss to a variety of resources including, The National Forestry database program, Dendrome (Forest tree genome database) The Tree Book (detailed information and illustrations about all varieties of trees in B.C.)Forest Practices Code guidebooks and much more Canadian Forest Service: Pacific Forestry Centre
UCL: Agriculture - Library Resources Library databases. Plant genome Central Gene maps primarily for agriculturallyimportant crops, and links to other resources http://www.lib.uconn.edu/subjectareas/agric.htm
Extractions: Covers all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines, including animal and veterinary sciences, entomology, plant sciences, forestry, aquaculture and fisheries, farming and farming systems, agricultural economics, extension and education, food and human nutrition, and earth and environmental sciences. From 15th Century on. AGRICOLA via National Agricultural Library Covers general agriculture, extension, administration and legislation, economics, development, and rural sociology, plant production, forestry, animal production, aquatic sciences and fisheries, machinery and buildings, natural resources, food science, home economics, human nutrition, and pollution. International coverage. From 1975 on.
GENETICS-IB SYLLABUS Reference Links Analyze cross over value (COV) data to construct gene maps of up (Advanced Option)ThePlant genome databases A Tutorial (US Dept of agric) http//www http://www.uwc.ca/pearson/biology/syllabus/genetics.htm
Extractions: Topics 3 and 10 - Genetics Introduction: This develops the principles of topic 3 to include more detail of meiosis, crossing-over and dihybrid crosses. As with topic 3, much can be learned by solving genetic problems and here there is the additional skill of statistical analysis using the chi-squared test. Reference on Mendel Introduction
Extractions: Entomology and Nematology Department, University of Florida Editorial Department, Annual Reviews, Inc., Palo Alto, California 94303, firstname.lastname@example.org KEY WORDS: World Wide Web, distance education, computer software, Web sites, electronic publications Shortened Title: INTERNET IMPACT TEACHING AND RESEARCH Send Proofs to: J. T. Zenger e-mail: email@example.com Abstract THE IMPACT OF THE INTERNET ON ENTOMOLOGY TEACHING AND RESEARCH The Internet is relatively new and yet is entering our lives at an extraordinary rate. Because it is new, the Internets ultimate impact is not yet determined and cannot be foreseen. However, because the Internets effect on the field of entomology is already great it is important to chronicle its adoption into the areas of teaching and research to 1. alert entomologists to the changes that have occurred, and 2. take advantage of the resources that are now available. This will be done by briefly reviewing the history and current components of the Internet, and then separately addressing the topics of teaching and research. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE INTERNET The network that became the Internet began in 1969 as a U.S. Department of Defense project to develop a communication network that would survive a nuclear attack. Initially four universities were connected, a dozen or so in 1971 and eventually many sites were online. Scientists and researchers could now transfer files, hold online discussions and send e-mail between universities, companies and government agencies. The Internet as now defined was born in 1983, when a universal protocol was adopted and all research and government networks were connected (
Teacher Resource Center food and rural development URLhttp//www.agric.gov.ab genome Database AnnotationOffers bovine gene maps and other cattle genome databases and resources http://www.glc.k12.ga.us/trc/cluster.asp?mode=browse&intPathID=2976
New Plant Genome Gopher THE PLANT genome DATA AND INFORMATION CENTER the Plant genome databases, the USDA Plant genome Competitive Grants, Title National agric. Library Electronic Information http://www.ibiblio.org/london/agriculture/links/1/msg00274.html
GREP Annual Report 2000 SAT CROP IMPROVEMENT THROUGH APPLIED GENOMICS Output 1 Develop appropriate DNA marker technologies, improved biometric and bioinformatic tools 1.1 DNA TECHNOLOGY ACTIVITIES Construct genetic linkage maps with QTL for complex traits not the creation of ICRISAT marker databases for all crops to subtribe Stylosanthinae. The genome specificity of 39 SSR http://www.icrisat.org/text/research/grep/annrep/p6.htm
Research Sources org Biology = Genecards Human genes, maps, proteins number of important geneticsrelated databases and datasets http//genomewww.stanford.edu/ Biology = Jeff http://research.centenary.edu/biology.html
Extractions: Moxie CHEMISTRY NEUROSCIENCE ... REFERENCE Biology = A TOP SITE = Annals of Botany. http://aob.oupjournals.org/ Biology = A TOP SITE = BasicBIOSIS: Basic information about biology and other life sciences; 370 titles; 1994 - present (agriculture, biochemistry, biology, biotechnology, botany, ecology, environment, genetics, medicine, microbiology, neuroscience, nutrition, physiology, public health) Full FirstSearch. http://firstsearch.oclc.org [Needs special passwords for access/ use only in library] Biology = TOP SITE TRIAL = BioOne 45 Full-Text high-impact bioscience research journals. Provides integrated, interrelated journals on biology, ecological and environmental sciences. http://www.bioone.org Biology = A TOP SITE = Journal of Heredity. http://jhered.oupjournals.org/ Gives full access to 7100+ articles 115,000 dictionary terms
Extractions: Rice Genome Research Program (RGP) Inside front cover: Announcement This is the fifth issue of the newsletter for the Rice Genome Research Program in NIAR/STAFF. The next issue will be published in December 1994. Editorial members Editor-in-chief: T. Sasaki Editors: N. Kurata, A. Miyao, Y. Nagamura, M. Yano Assistant Editors: I. Ashikawa, Y. Harushima, Y. Katayose, J. Song, Y. Umehara Technical editing and English: I. Havukkala Advisor: K. Kobayashi All correspondence should be addressed to: Editorial Office of Rice Genome Rice Genome Research Program 446-1, Ippaizuka Kamiyokoba Tsukuba Ibaraki 305 Japan Fax: +81-298-38-2245 or +81-298-38-2302 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cover page: Colony hybridization image of YAC high density filters using DNA marker R845 located on chromosome 6. Five filters containing about 7000 clones were used for YAC screening. The signals were detected with the ECL system. Rice Genome Research Program (RGP) is a part of the Genome Research Program of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan (MAFF).
Extractions: Rice Genome Research Program (RGP) Inside front cover: Announcement This is the sixth issue of the newsletter for the Rice Genome Research Program in NIAR/STAFF. The next issue will be published in summer 1995. Editorial members Editor-in-chief: T. Sasaki Editors: N. Kurata, A. Miyao, Y. Nagamura, M. Yano Assistant Editors: I. Ashikawa, Y. Harushima, Y. Katayose, J. Song, Y. Umehara Technical editing and English: I. Havukkala Advisor: K. Kobayashi All correspondence should be addressed to: Editorial Office of Rice Genome Rice Genome Research Program 446-1, Ippaizuka Kamiyokoba Tsukuba Ibaraki 305 Japan Fax: +81-298-38-2245 or +81-298-38-2302 email: email@example.com Cover page: Synteny map of rice and wheat. Rice Genome Research Program (RGP) is a part of the Genome Research Program of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan (MAFF).
AGRICULTURE The databases has a There are numerous reports, maps and links to look at here,including Library and the US Department of Agriculture Plant genome Program http://ces.iisc.ernet.in/hpg/cesmg/agricult.html
SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE The databases has a There are numerous reports, maps and links to lookat here, including Agricultural genome World Wide Web Server, http://ces.iisc.ernet.in/hpg/cesmg/tvrsusagri.html
Extractions: We present here preliminary key points of the European Commission's Framework V Programme which are of interest for plant biotechnology in the "Quality of Life" programme (please note that the numbering of key points in the final programme might differ) AMICA offers cluster formation and coordination Key actions included in this table: 1.1. Development of safe, flexible and new/or improved manufacturing processes and technologies No.3: The "Cell Factory" 3.1. New and innovative health-related processes and products 4.1. New and/or improved systems of production and exploitation in agriculture, fisheries and aquaculture, including the 7.1. Contribution to the determination and interpretation of the sequence of the human genome and key genomes relevant Key action page headings key words Links to biol. raw material for high quality food -better adapt to processing, consumer requirements (enhanced nutritional or organoleptic properties) -plants to produce vaccines, therapeutics, diagnostics Technologies for biological productions -plant based production systems for pharmaceutical substances -therapeutics by recombinant gen. meth. in plants