Genebank details

Australian Pastures Genebank

The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) manages the Australian Pastures Genebank (APG)

The APG is Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre. 

It will be custodian of more than 70,000 accessions of tropical and temperate pasture and forage genetic resources. 

The APG is located at Adelaide’s Waite Campus research precinct in South Australia.

Location
Latitude
-34.97
Longitude
138.63
Most represented Crops
forages
Not specified
11
Most represented Crop names
Medics
25,074
Clover Sub
9,656
Clover Annual
7,498
Lucerne
4,012
Serradella
2,997
Other
35,725
Most represented Genera
Medicago
Trifolium
Ornithopus
Lotus
Festuca
Other
26,209
Most represented Species
Trifolium subterraneum
Medicago truncatula
Medicago polymorpha
Medicago sativa
Medicago littoralis
Other
57,314
Last updates of passport data
14 May 2020
24 September 2018
21 September 2018
20 September 2018
Passport Data Completeness Index (PDCI)
Genesys uses the PDCI as an indicator of the completeness of published passport data. The PDCI uses the presence or absence of data points in the documentation of a genebank accession, taking into account the presence or value of other data points (van Hintum et al. 2011). For example, a wild accession should have a well-defined collection site but no variety name. The PDCI ranges from 0 to 10, where 0 is the minimum score assigned to rather incomplete passport records and 10 is the maximum score assigned to very complete passport records. Any type of accession, wild, landrace, breeding material or modern variety, can attain the PDCI’s maximal score.
Number of passport records
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Passport Data Completeness Index (PDCI)
Average PDCI score for 85,012 accessions is 7.11, with minimum score of 3.60 and maximum score of 9.05.