Genesys ist ein weltweites Portal und enthält Informationen zu pflanzengenetischen Ressourcen für die Lebensmittel- und Landwirtschaftssparte. Es ist internetweit das größte Gateway, über das der Benutzer Einblick auf Genmaterial von Gendatenbanken der ganzen Welt erhält.
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Akzessionskarte

Die Karte zeigt die Georeferenzen der Akzessions-Sammelstellen.

Kürzliche Aktivität

First accession with DOI on Genesys

Zuletzt aktualisiert von Matija Obreza vor 4 Wochen 26.10.2017

Accession CIP 700001 from the International Potato Center is the first accession with a DOI in Genesys https://www.genesys-pgr.org/10.18730/8T40

Upgrade to 2.2 completed

Zuletzt aktualisiert von Matija Obreza vor 4 Wochen 26.10.2017

Genesys servers are upgraded to the 2.2 release. Major changes in this release are the changes to Genesys API for DOI as permanent unique identifiers for accessions and detailed logging of changes on accession records.

Passport data validator

Zuletzt aktualisiert von Matija Obreza vor 2 Monaten 21.09.2017

The accession passport data validation tool is available at validator.genesys-pgr.org. The tools spell-checks taxonomic data and performs checks of latitude/longitude against country borders and water areas.

Genesys release 2.1

Zuletzt aktualisiert von Matija Obreza vor 2 Monaten 21.09.2017

The maintenance release 2.1 adds DOI support to Genesys and fixes minor issues with the website.

Changelog

Survey: Tell us about your experience with Genesys

Zuletzt aktualisiert von Nora Castaneda-Alvarez vor 5 Monaten 27.06.2017
We invite you to take part of our feedback survey to help us improve Genesys. Tell us about your experience using Genesys, the features you like the most and the improvements you would like to see in the future.
 
The survey should take 10 minutes to complete.
 
Please take the survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/2PVX22Z
 

Genesys as source of data on ex situ holdings for the Second GPA

Zuletzt aktualisiert von Matija Obreza vor 5 Monaten 19.06.2017

Genesys may be used as a source of data on ex situ holdings for the Second Global Plan of Action on PGRFA.

National Focal Points (NFPs) who wish to report on the implementation of the Second Global Plan of Action for Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (Second GPA) and whose national inventory of ex situ holdings is published and downloadable from a web information system using MCPD descriptors, such as Genesys, may opt to report on Genesys:

  1. All germplasm in their base collection(s); and
  2. Unique accessions which are stored in medium/long-term conservation facilities and are expected to become part of the national base collections.

By publishing collection data on Genesys the NFPs do not have to submit accession-level passport data again to FAO. FAO should be informed accordingly (email: WIEWS@fao.org) and will retrieve information from Genesys periodically.

NFPs are reminded to monitor the implementation of other areas of the Second GPA by using the WIEWS Second GPA Reporting System.

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