This website provides background information and practical resources to help both budding wheat scientists as well as researchers looking to expand their work into wheat.

There is a need to improve crops to feed the world’s growing population with the backdrop of climate change. Translation of fundamental plant biology research (e.g. from Arabidopsis thaliana) into crops such as wheat provides a potential route to deal with this challenge. However learning even simple tasks such as growing and crossing wheat plants requires time and effort, while material and methods sections in published articles are often short and cannot substitute teaching aids. This is also true for more complex topics such as the genomics aspect of wheat.

Here we provide information and training about:

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Growing wheatWheat genomic resourcesTILLING mutant resourcesUseful wheat links

 

 

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