The SOL Genomics Network (SGN) is a Clade Oriented Database (COD) containing
genomic, genetic, phenotypic and taxonomic information for plant genomes. SGN
originally concentrated on the Euasterid clade, including the families Solanaceae
(e.g. tomato, potato, eggplant, pepper and petunia) and Rubiaceae
(coffee), but since our tools are not specific to
these genomes, we are expanding our scope. If you are interested in using SGN
to explore one of the many new plant genomes being sequenced, please contact
Genomic information is presented in a comparative format and tied to other
important plant model species such as Arabidopsis. SGN is also one of the
bioinformatics centers involved in tomato genome sequencing.
SGN is a community curated database. This means that you can contribute annotations to genes and phenotypes by becoming a locus editor. You can also upload, analyze and share your map and QTL data. Contributions by members of the community like you help keep the information in the database up to date and correct.
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 email@example.com. For more information on the TGC see http://tgc.ifas.ufl.edu.
Managing Editor Tomato Genetics Cooperative