1.    Wheat Information System WheatIS

http://wheatis.org/to

This project aims at building an International Wheat Information System, called hereafter WheatIS, to support the wheat research community. The main objective is to provide a single-access web base system to access to the available data resources and bioinformatics tools.

 

2.    GrainGenes- database for Triticeae and Avena

http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/

It provides molecular and phenotypic information on wheat, barley, oats, rye, and sugarcane, plus links to articles, similar projects, and conferences.

 

3.    WheatGenome.info: A Resource for Wheat Genomics Resource

http://www.wheatgenome.info/

An integrated database with a variety of Web-based systems named WheatGenome.info hosting wheat genome and genomic data has been developed to support wheat research and crop improvement.

 

4.    Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics (ACPFG)

http://www.acpfg.com.au/

The Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics (ACPFG) is a research organization focusing on improving the resistance of wheat and barley to hostile environmental conditions, using functional genomics technologies.

 

5.    KOMUGI, the Wheat Network of Japan National Institute of Genetics

http://shigen.nig.ac.jp/wheat/komugi/

KOMUGI is an integrated database of wheat created by Japanese researchers in wheat sciences. "Komugi" is a Japanese word meaning wheat.

 

6.    CIMMYT

http://www.cimmyt.org/

CIMMYT works throughout the developing world to improve livelihoods and foster more productive, sustainable maize and wheat farming. Phenotypic data collected and returned by CIMMYT cooperators, for all bread wheat, durum wheat and triticale nurseries distributed by CIMMYT.

 

7.    Wheat Genetics Resource Center (WGRC)

http://www.k-state.edu/wgrc/

The WGRC maintains a gene bank, along with evaluation and passport data, on 2,500 wheat species accessions. 

 

8.    WheatBP

http://www.monogram.ac.uk/wheatbp/resget.php

On the WheatBP (Wheat, the big picture) site we provide background information on all aspects of wheat. We are sure that there is something here for everyone: farmers, millers, brewers, teachers, students, cereal biologists or, indeed, anyone who might be interested in getting to know a little more about one of the world's most important crops.

 

9.    INEW

http://www.cerealsdb.uk.net/cerealgenomics/INEW/index.html

 

This Virtual Joint Centre brings together major UK and Indian wheat researchers with programmes on wheat improvement to determine the genetic control of nitrogen use efficiency in wheat.

 

10.  CerealsDB 

http://www.cerealsdb.uk.net/cerealgenomics/CerealsDB/indexNEW.php

The site provides a range of facilities for the study of the wheat genome. Principally the site is aimed at those who wish to obtain information about SNP markers

 

11.  International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium

http://www.wheatgenome.org/

The vision of the IWGSC is a high quality genome sequence of bread wheat that serves as a foundation for the accelerated development of improved varieties and that empowers all aspects of basic and applied wheat science.

 

12.  URGI Wheat Portal

http://wheat-urgi.versailles.inra.fr/

The Wheat Portal maintains databases and tools to study genetic and genomic wheat data.

 

13.  Gramene

http://www.gramene.org/

Gramene is a curated, open-source, integrated data resource for comparative functional genomics in crops and model plant species.

 

14.  PGSB Wheat Genome Database

http://pgsb.helmholtz-muenchen.de/plant/wheat/uk454survey/index.jsp

The PGSB plant genomics group focuses on the analysis of plant genomes, using bioinformatic techniques. To store and manage the data, we developed a database, PlantsDB, that aims to provide a data and information resource for individual plant species. 

 

15.  Triticeae full-length CDS database

http://trifldb.psc.riken.jp/v3/index.pl

TriFLDB is a database that provides full-length coding sequences currently available for wheat and barley and their annotations.

 

16.  European Triticeae Genomics Initiative (ETGI)

http://pgrc.ipk-gatersleben.de/etgi/home.php

It consists of European scientists from public and private research institutes who are interested in developing complementary and coordinated research projects on Triticeae genomics to pave the way for a better understanding of crop plant systems biology and, thereby, enable substantial improvements of these crop species.

 

17.  Wheat and barley Legacy for Breeding Improvement (WHEALBI )

http://www.whealbi.eu/

The Whealbi project, started beginning of 2014, stems from the strong conviction that to improve wheat and barley production in order to face severe global changes, we need to better exploit knowledge from basic science to develop new varieties and innovative cropping systems.

 

18.  TriticeaeGenome project

http://www.triticeaegenome.eu/

TriticeaeGenome project (Genomics for Triticeae improvement) is designed to achieve significant progresses in Triticeae genomics and support efficient breeding of improved varieties for the European agriculture.

 

19.  BREEDWHEAT

http://www.breedwheat.fr/

BREEDWHEAT aims at strengthening the competitiveness of the French wheat breeding sector as well as to address the societal demand for sustainability, quality, and safety in agricultural production. Breeding is done for economically and environmentally sustainable wheat varieties: an integrated approach from genomics to selection.

 

20.  3BSeq

http://www.wheatgenome.org/Projects/IWGSC-Bread-Wheat-Projects/Sequencing/Whole-Chromosome-Reference-Sequencing-Projects/3BSEQ

Sequencing, annotation and characterization of the bread wheat chromosome 3B is done. Understand its evolutionary dynamics through comparative analyses with the other cereal genomes available.

 

21.  GDEC Portal   (Genetics, Diversity and Ecophysiology of Cereals)

http://www6.clermont.inra.fr/umr1095_eng/

Improvement of bread wheat quality and yield in an environmentally sensitive, sustainable, and profitable manner has to be achieved in the next decades to meet growing world demands for high quality food, feed, and more recently bio-fuels.

 

22.  Wheat DB: Physical Mapping Database

http://wheatdb.ucdavis.edu:8080/wheatdb/index.jsp

WheatDB is designed to store the clone fingerprints, profiles generated by a capillary Genetic Analyzer, integrated markers, and information on contigs. To facilitate easy and interactive data access to WheatDB, a Java-based client-server software system is used.

 

23.  Wheat Gene Expression Atlas  

www.wheat-expression.com

It can easily visualise and explore the homoeologue-specific expression patterns of your wheat genes of interest. This resource is being useful for visualisation of single genes across studies, comparisons of homoeologue expression patterns and to identify genes of interest within QTL regions.

24.  WheatExp

http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/WheatExp/

WheatExp, an expression database and visualization tool to analyze and compare homoeologue-specific transcript profiles across a broad range of tissues from different developmental stages in polyploid wheat.

25.  WMP wheat miRNA database

http://wheat.bioinfo.uqam.ca.

This database allows the query of small RNA libraries, including in silico    predicted wheat miRNA sequences and the expression profiles of small RNAs identified from those libraries. It also provides a direct access to online miRNA prediction software tuned to de novo miRNA detection in wheat, in monocotyledon clades, as well as in other plant species.

 

26.  West-SQL database

http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/wEST/

This is a USDA-ARS sponsored server of nucleic acid sequence data for Triticeae-associated research projects.