Genebank details

World Vegetable Center

The World Vegetable Center Vegetable Genetic Resources Information System (WorldVeg Genebank) is an information system that manages the data of all vegetable germplasm conserved at GRSU, AVRDC. It is designed to manage the GRSU operations more efficiently.  It links all operations associated with germplasm conservation and management from registration, characterization, evaluation, seed inventory and seed distribution to end-users.

Institute code
Type
Non-Governmental
Country
Accessions in Genesys
Location
Latitude
23.11
Longitude
120.29
Most represented Crops
soybeans
tomato
chillies
eggplant
amaranth
Other
2,644
Not specified
32,808
Most represented Crop names
Soybean
13,744
Mungbean
10,535
Pepper
9,047
Tomato
8,886
Eggplant
4,344
Other
24,153
Not specified
243
Most represented Genera
Vigna
Solanum
Glycine
Capsicum
Abelmoschus
Other
14,904
Most represented Species
Glycine max
Vigna radiata
Solanum lycopersicum
Capsicum annuum
Solanum melongena
Other
30,858
Biological status of accession
Traditional cultivar/Landrace
Wild
Other
Breeding/Research Material
Weedy
Other
137
Not specified
1,976
Provenance of material
United States of America
India
Thailand
Taiwan ROC
Japan
Other
37,335
Not specified
7,824
Type of Germplasm storage
Long term seed collection
Medium term seed collection
Short term seed collection
Curation type
Archived
Not specified
61,879
Breeder code
TWN001
Not specified
70,806
Site of safety duplication
NOR051
KOR011
USA033
Safety duplicated in Svalbard
Backed up in SGSV
Not in SGSV
ITGPRFA Multi-lateral system
Accession is part of the Multi-lateral system of ITPGRFA
Not declared in the Multi-lateral system of ITPGRFA
Not specified
149
Available for distribution
Available for distribution
Not available for distribution
Not specified
2,230
Recent subsets
Last updates of passport data
7 June 2024
6 June 2024
5 June 2024
31 May 2024
23 May 2024
20 May 2024
17 May 2024
16 May 2024
13 May 2024
29 April 2024
26 April 2024
18 April 2024
17 April 2024
16 March 2022
28 October 2021
10 January 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.
Average PDCI score for 70,952 accessions is 6.21, with minimum score of 2.50 and maximum score of 8.25.