|University of Tsukuba and its collaborative institute, the National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS) support for the research and operation of the National Genetic Resources Center (CNRG) which has been established under the National Forestry, Crops and Livestock Research Institute (INIFAP) based on a Mexican national strategy. This project contributes to the researches of ex-situ conservation and sustainable use of of the genetic resources in Mexico, which may be affected by climate change and global warming.|
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Japan Advanced Plant Science Research Network
Tomato Mutants Archive
“TOMATOMA” is a tomato mutant database distributing Micro-Tom mutant collections. This database TOMATOMA was created for the purpose of introducing and providing the scientist for Micro-Tom mutant seeds generated by EMS treatment or gamma-ray irradiation. Users who wish to use our materials will need to agree with requirement this website. This project is supported by National bioresource project tomato (NBRP tomato: http://tomato.nbrp.jp/) launched in Japan since 2007.
National BioResource Project tomato
The University of Tsukuba and Osaka Prefecture University launched on the tomato resource development program within the framework of the National BioResource Project (NBRP).
|University of Tsukuba and Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique(INRA) Joint Lab for international collaboration on tomato research|
|The Network of Centers of Carbon Dioxide Resource Studies in Plants: NC-CARP is an organization of eight universities and three research institutions, started in FY2011 within the framework of the plant science field of Green Network of Excellence (GRENE). This research and educational program is sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.|