Heather L. Merk, The Ohio State University; John McQueen, Oregon State University; Nicholas Wheeler, Oregon State University
All modules are available as voiceover powerpoint videos produced using Camtasia software. This video format allows users to pause the video, turn closed captions on and off, and toggle through slides as desired. Slides for all modules are also available as downloadable pdfs.
- Module 1: Introduction
- Module 2: Genes, Genomes, and Mendel
- Module 3: Population Genetics
- Module 4: Quantitative Genetics
- Module 5: Conventional Tree Breeding and Provenance Testing
- Module 6: Genetic Markers
Genetic Dissection of Complex Traits Modules
- Module 7: Measuring, Organizing, and Interpreting Marker Variation
- Module 8: Genetic Mapping
- Module 9: Mapping Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL)
- Module 10: Linkage Disequilibrium
- Module 11: Association Genetics
Marker Informed Breeding and Other Marker Applications
- Module 12: Marker Informed Breeding (MIB): Program Management
- Module 13: MIB: Association Discovery and Evaluation
- Module 14: Using Markers to Predict Breeding Values
- Module 15: Genomic Selection
- Module 16: Landscape Genomics
- The Conifer Translation Genomics Network [Online]. Dendrome: A forest tree genome database. Available at: http://dendrome.ucdavis.edu/ctgn/ (verified 12 May 2012).
- PineRefSeq: Pine Reference Sequences [Online]. Available at http://www.pinegenome.org/pinerefseq/ (verified 1 May 2013).
The Conifer Translational Genomics Network and the Conifer Reference Genome Sequencing (PineRefSeq) Project led the developement of these resources. Funding for this work was provided by: the USDA/NRI CSREES Plant Genomics Coordinated Agricultural Project (CAP) Award # 2007-55300-18603; the USDA/NIFA AFRI Applied Plant Genomics CAP Award #2009-85606-05680; the USDA Forest Service; and by the USDA/NIFA Grant #2011-67009-30030. Development of this page was supported in part by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Solanaceae Coordinated Agricultural Project, agreement 2009-85606-05673, administered by Michigan State University. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the United States Department of Agriculture.