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Missions of the INRA Centre for Vegetable Germplasm

The CRB-Leg missions are to introduce, maintain, characterise and disseminate biological resources and associated data, but also to advise various users. This is made possible in part by the presence in the team of resource individuals that are familiar with each stored species, and secondly by the implementation of a quality approach that enables us to provide greater legal certainty and the safety of our collections.

Introduction

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Chambre de conservation des collections

Since the 1960s, researchers have conducted successive introduction campaigns and prospecting to meet the problems of breeding and research. Introductions from abroad have now slowed down, and the collection grows mainly from new populations of recombinant lines created within the unit. The CRB-Leg records each entry and the associated passport data.

Storage

The major part of the collection is kept in seed form stored in cold storage at 5°C (-20°C for lettuce) to ensure seed quality for about 15 years.

The CRB-Leg has recently committed in building a core collection for long-term storage (30 to 50 years), thanks to the freezing at -20°C of the entire collection in a dedicated cold storage room and to the implementation of regular checks of germination samples that are kept there. Furthermore, a duplicate sample will be transferred to a remote site for safekeeping.

Multiplication

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Tunnel de multiplication de Laitues

The CRB-Leg multiplies accessions as soon as the seeds are too old or that stocks no longer allow distribution. This multiplication is performed under conditions that guarantee the genetic integrity of accessions and the sanitary quality of seeds: insect-proof tunnels or greenhouses, self-fertilisation, insulation, seed dressing, thermotherapy, etc.

This enormous taks (1000 accessions to multiply on average per year) is shared with the partners of the Melon and Solanaceae genetic resources networks for accessions they manage.

Characterisation

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Base web Collection Piment

Knowledge of stored resources kept by the CRB-Leg is necessary to facilitate access to their genetic diversity and to make its use in breeding faster and more efficient. It also avoids duplication and detecting any errors in multiplication. For each species, one or more descriptor grids allow the characterisation of each accession. All of this information is managed by databases which are partly available online on the GnpIS site.

Diffusion

The CRB-Leg wants the resources that it stores to be useful and used both by research and by the community. You will find the distribution terms here: Use our resources

INRA Centre for Vegetable Germplasm coordination: Jérémy Salinier