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MGIS: managing banana (Musa spp.) genetic resources information and high-throughput genotyping data

Max Ruas, V. Guignon, G. Sempere, J. Sardos, Y. Hueber, H. Duvergey, A. Andrieu, R. Chase, C. Jenny, T. Hazekamp, B. Irish, K. Jelali (+24 others)
2017 Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation  
Acknowledgements Over the years, many people contributed directly or indirectly to MGIS developments and we wish to thank the members of the Global Musa Genetic Resources Network (MusaNet), specifically  ...  to the institutions that provided data and to the Taxonomic Advisory Group (TAG) for their commitment.  ...  To address the big data volume (i.e. NGS), we adopted the GIGWA system (27) to manage high-throughput genotyping data.  ... 
doi:10.1093/database/bax046 pmid:29220435 pmcid:PMC5502358 fatcat:3ygeh5d4bvfr5j3q3q52rqixiy

A digital catalog of high‐density markers for banana germplasm collections

Mathieu Rouard, Julie Sardos, Guilhem Sempéré, Catherine Breton, Valentin Guignon, Ines Van den Houwe, Sebastien C. Carpentier, Nicolas Roux
2021 Plants, People, Planet  
Crop plant diversity managed by genebanks is of great value in the context of the changing needs of agriculture (Smale & Jamora, 2020) , but genetic and phenotypic information on this diversity is insufficiently  ...  For bananas (Musa spp.), the largest ex situ collection is maintained in vitro at one of the CGIAR international genebanks, the International Musa Germplasm Transit Centre (ITC), comprised of more than  ...  ACK N OWLED G M ENTS We thank the CGIAR Research Program, Roots, Tubers and Bananas  ... 
doi:10.1002/ppp3.10187 fatcat:vpuqbjpzzjdqhhlnessnwy3aa4

Safeguarding and using global banana diversity: a holistic approach

Ines Van den houwe, Rachel Chase, Julie Sardos, Max Ruas, Els Kempenaers, Valentin Guignon, Sebastien Massart, Sebastien Carpentier, Bart Panis, Mathieu Rouard, Nicolas Roux
2020 CABI Agriculture and Bioscience  
The two information systems at the ITC, Musa Genebank Management System and the Musa Germplasm Information System, serve to manage the genebank activities and to make public germplasm-related data for  ...  The evaluation of desirable agronomic traits inherent in Musa spp. are investigated by a high-throughput phenotyping platform, which helps breeding programs to select cultivars resistant or tolerant to  ...  Acknowledgements We thank all the scientists and organizations who contributed to the invaluable services and resources at the ITC, including KULeuven, University of Liege, Institute of Experimental Botany  ... 
doi:10.1186/s43170-020-00015-6 fatcat:pmxlggopnffmdncsawkbmisj3u

Molecular and cytological characterization of the global Musa germplasm collection provides insights into the treasure of banana diversity

Pavla Christelová, Edmond De Langhe, Eva Hřibová, Jana Čížková, Julie Sardos, Markéta Hušáková, Ines Van den houwe, Agus Sutanto, Angela Kay Kepler, Rony Swennen, Nicolas Roux, Jaroslav Doležel
2016 Biodiversity and Conservation  
Bananas (Musa spp.) are one of the main fruit crops grown worldwide.  ...  Unfortunately, sustainable banana production is endangered by various diseases and pests, and the breeding for resistant cultivars relies on a far too small base of genetic variation.  ...  Pierre Jean Laurent Lagoda who has pioneered the use of SSR markers in Musa genetics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10531-016-1273-9 fatcat:3yajr3suinfevkzfpqepi7nyhu

Genomics-Assisted Breeding in the CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB)

Michael Friedmann, Asrat Asfaw, Noelle Anglin, Luis Becerra, Ranjana Bhattacharjee, Allan Brown, Edward Carey, Morag Ferguson, Dorcus Gemenet, Hanele Lindqvist-Kreuze, Ismail Rabbi, Mathieu Rouard (+2 others)
2018 Agriculture  
Achieving breeding targets and increasing the rate of genetic gains for these vegetatively propagated crops, with long breeding cycles, and genomes with high heterozygosity and different ploidy levels,  ...  Breeding in the CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB) targets highly diverse biotic and abiotic constraints, whilst meeting complex end-user quality preferences to improve livelihoods  ...  Acknowledgments: This review covers the work of many RTB scientists and partners, whose contribution to the advancement of breeding programs, including development of genomic resources is greatly acknowledged  ... 
doi:10.3390/agriculture8070089 fatcat:lkmgtwkayndp3drglicgbdnjtu

Domestication, Genomics and the Future for Banana

J. S. Heslop-Harrison, T. Schwarzacher
2007 Annals of Botany  
well over a thousand domesticated Musa cultivars and their genetic diversity is high, indicating multiple origins from different wild hybrids between two principle ancestral species.  ...  , evolutionary and structural data, allowing targeted breeding, transformation and efficient use of Musa biodiversity in the future.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the Generation Challenge Programme for support, and some work was in collaborations under an IAEA/FAO Coordinated Research Project.  ... 
doi:10.1093/aob/mcm191 pmid:17766312 pmcid:PMC2759213 fatcat:jy2o34j2gbb5hhwen265nrp7o4

Using Growth and Transpiration Phenotyping Under Controlled Conditions to Select Water Efficient Banana Genotypes

Jelle van Wesemael, Ewaut Kissel, David Eyland, Tracy Lawson, Rony Swennen, Sebastien Carpentier
2019 Frontiers in Plant Science  
Water deficit is one of the world's major constraints in agriculture and will aggravate in the future. Banana (Musa spp.) is an important crop that needs vast amounts of water for optimal production.  ...  We predict therefore that these genotypes have potential for high productivity under rain fed conditions with a short dry season.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Evy Vandebosch, Edwige André, and Lut Ooms for the plant growth and phenotyping.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpls.2019.00352 pmid:30972089 pmcid:PMC6443892 fatcat:nn2t27umr5a5jaksbcxek5oisy