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Plants and Crops

USDA. Agricultural Marketing Service

FGIS facilitates the marketing of U.S. grain and related products by establishing standards for quality assessments, regulating handling practices, and managing a network of Federal, State, and private laboratories that provide impartial official inspection and weighing services.

University of California Davis. Environmental Horticulture.

 Provides access to a genome database which includes genetic map, DNA sequence, germplasm and other related information for a large number of forest tree species.

Carnegie Institution of Washington. Plant Biology; National Center for Genome Resources.

Examines information about the genetics of Arabidopsis thaliana, a widely used model plant, including a searchable relational database of genes, proteins, genetic markers, germplasm, microarrays, lab protocols, news, etc.

State University of New York. University of Buffalo.

Provides access to a relational database of phylogenetic information, stores phylogenetic trees and the data matrices, and includes bibliographic information on phylogenetic studies.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Combines the development, testing, and regulatory review of genetically modified plants, animals, and microorganisms within the U.S. and abroad.

USDA. Agricultural Marketing Service.

Issues certificates and administers resources for application requirements, services and fees, forms, and public access databases related to the Plant Variety Protection Act (PVPA).