The Pulse Crop Genetic Improvement Network (PCGIN) is a platform that serves the process of legume crop improvement in the UK.
It establishes the route by which scientific resources, results and knowledge are delivered to breeders, producers and end users, providing a link between these groups and the research base to achieve added value for pulse crops. It provides resources, expertise and understanding that are drawn upon by both public and commercial sectors in breeding, analysis, and in the definition and improvement of product quality relating to both commercial and public goods.
It promotes and executes the translation of genomic research tools to crop improvement, consistent with both the needs of UK industry, and Defra objectives relating to sustainable agriculture. Furthermore, it provides links with, and involvement in, European pulse crop research programmes.
Pea genetic map
The following links will direct you to several different versions of the pea genetic map:
- The classical genetic map of pea
- The JI281 x JI399 Recombinant Inbred Population Map
- The JIC Recombinant inbred maps at LIS
- The Legume Information System (LIS)
- Peas are good - What is the UK's national vegetable?
- Lean bean machines
- Engineered Pea Seeds Protect against Parasites
- Proteins from garden pea may help fight high blood pressure and kidney disease
- Sowing a future for peas
- Roquette splits open pea cells for new insoluble fibre
- Legume Statistics
- NIAB scientists research Faba bean, an under developed crop
- Why Peas are top of the crops
- Peas be with you
- Pea Downy Mildew diversity in the UK
- Using crop genetics to understand the importance of dietary resistant starches for maintaining healthy glucose homeostasis
- www.bpex.org.uk/KTRandD/ResearchAndDevelopment/GreenPig.aspx www.thepigsite.com/swinenews/13839/in-hot-pursuit-of-the-profitable-green-pig