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At the AOWC meeting in 2014, it was decided that the Nomenclature Committee would serve the oat research community better by becoming a part of the IOC. This change was agreed upon at the 2016 IOC meeting. The current membership of the Nomenclature Committee (IONC) is listed here. A page has been set up on GrainGenes to host official communications.
Lists of oat genes
Simons, M.D., Martens, J.W., McKenzie, R.I.H., Nishiyama, I., Sadanaga, K., Sebesta, J., and Thomas, H. (1978) Oats: a standardized system of nomenclature for genes and chromosomes and catalog of genes governing characters. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC. USDA Agric. Handb. 408.
Simons, M.D., Zillinsky, F.J., and Jensen, N.F. (1966) A standardized system of nomenclature for genes governing characters of oats. USDA, ARS Bull. 34-85, 22 pp..
Oat gene mapping and sequencing
- GrainGenes: A database for Triticeae and Avena
- The Triticeae Toolbox for Oat (T3/Oat)
- NCBI - home
- Crop ontology curation tool
- Plantae Plant Genomics Network
Some resources concerning DSI (Digital Sequencing Information) and its use in the context of the CBD and ITPGRFA
- CGIAR: Digital sequence information is changing the way genetic resources are used in agricultural research and development: implications for new benefit-sharing norms. A discussion paper from CGIAR for consideration by delegates to the 15th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
- Report of the Ad Hoc Technical Expert Group on digital sequence information on genetic resources
- WiLDSI - Finding compromise on ABS & DSI in the CBD: Requirements & policy ideas from a scientific perspective
- Practical consequences of digital sequence information (DSI) definitions and access and benefit-sharing scenarios from a plant genebank’s perspective
- Uses and benefits of digital sequence information from plant genetic resources: Lessons learnt from botanical collections
- GROW webinar: Bridging the gap between benefit sharing and open access with Amber Hartman Scholz
(Other information can be found in the "Oat Newsletter Archives" and more recent Research Report sections, as well as in the "Historical Documents" section)