A message from the TGC

The 2014 Report of the Tomato Genetics Cooperative (TGC) will likely be published at the end of October. There is time for researchers to submit reports on their tomato related research. Reports can include some interesting preliminary results and will not preclude later publishing in a refereed journal. You may also have some information that would be of interest to the research community but do not have time etc. to do follow up work for a refereed paper. Please submit reports to me at jwsc@ufl.edu. For more information on the TGC see http://tgc.ifas.ufl.edu.

-Jay Scott
Managing Editor Tomato Genetics Cooperative
The categories and databases have been reorganized to improve usability. Please contact us at sgn-feedback@solgenomics.net for feedback, problems and suggestions. Thanks! [October 20, 2014]
The sequenced 360 tomato genomes are now available on the SGN Genome Browser, and for downloading [October 15, 2014]
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Locus of the week
Solanum lycopersicum Cytokinin Response Factor 8
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The 29th ATDW will be held in Windsor, Ontario, Canada from November 4-6, 2014.
SOL2014 will be held in Brazil, Nov 2-6, 2014. See the conference website for more information.
Workshop organized by the Transplant consortium, Wageningen, Netherlands, Oct 13-14, 2014
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IOTW, week 286
Solanum pimpinellifolium fruit
Peter Glen Walley, Warwick HRI, UK

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