You may want to check the GDPDM module
[http://www.maizegenetics.net/gdpdm/index.html] developed by Ed
Buckler's lab in collaboration with the Gramene database (www.gramene.org).
Forde, Brian wrote:
> Hi everyone
>>>> I'd be interested to find out what people think is the best way of
> keeping track of their arabidopsis seed stocks from generation to
> generation, recording harvest dates, phenotypes, and providing links to
> parents and progeny - for example when performing a series of
> backcrosses with a set of mutants.
>>>> Is there specialised software available for this?
>>>> Any advice would be gratefully received.
>>>> Thanks a lot
>>>> Brian Forde
>> Brian G. Forde
>> Prof. of Environmental Plant Biotechnology
>> Department of Biological Sciences
>> Lancaster Environment Centre
>> Lancaster University
>> Lancaster LA1 4YQ
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