Kelly Zarka, Michigan State University
2009 Potato Association of America SolCAP Workshop
Potato Association of America (PAA) 93rd Annual Meeting (August 9–13, 2009 Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada)
SolCAP provided a workshop designed specifically for breeders in conjunction with the PAA. The presentations can be viewed by clicking on the topics below.
- SolCAP introduction
- Bioinformatics basics
- Marker technology
- Marker conversion
- Use of markers in potato breeding
2009 Tomato Breeders Roundtable SolCAP Workshop
The 43rd Tomato Breeders Round Table (June 28–July 1, 2009 Embassy Suites, Sacramento, CA)
SolCAP provided a workshop designed specifically for breeders in conjunction with the Tomato Breeders Round Table. The presentations can be viewed by clicking on the topics below.
- Marker technologies
- Analyzing quantitative trait loci
- Marker-assisted selection in tomato
- Effects of population structure on genetic analysis
2010 Potato Association of America SolCAP Workshop/Webinar
The Potato Association of America 94th Annual Meeting (August 15–19, 2010 Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon)
- Working with the Potato Genome Webinar (Robin Buell)
- Working with Infinium Genotype Data Webinar (Allen Van Deynze)
- Linkage Analysis and QTL Mapping in Tetraploids Webinar (Christine Hackett)
2010 Tomato Disease Workshop SolCAP Workshop/Webinar
The 25th Annual Tomato Disease Workshop (November 16-18, 2010 University of Florida, Wimauma, Florida)
SolCAP provided a workshop designed specifically for breeders in conjunction with the Tomato Disease Workshop. Presentation summaries, powerpoint slides, and webinars are available.
- Next Generation Sequencing (Allen Van Deynze)
- Accessing Available Sequencing Resources (David Francis)
- Introduction to the Tomato Genome Browser (Heather Merk)
- Bioinformatics 101 (David Francis)
- Working with Infinium Genotype Data (Allen Van Deynze)
- Downsteam Analysis with SNP Markers (Sung-Chur Sim)
For more information about SolCAP (Solanaceae Coordinated Agricultural Project) please visit our web site at http://solcap.msu.edu (verified 16 May 2012).
Development of this page was supported in part by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Solanaceae Coordinated Agricultural Project, agreement 2009-85606-05673, administered by Michigan State University. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the United States Department of Agriculture.
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