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"Though difficult to achieve, information on the population ecology and genetics of WCR are crucial for designing effective resistance-management strategies to maintain the viability of current control technologies, including Bt corn," says Craig Abel, CICGRU research leader.
Launched in 1991 as "MaizeDB," MaizeGDB is the product of many collaborators from CICGRU, ARS's Plant Genetics Research Unit in Columbia, Missouri, ARS's Plant Gene Expression Center in Albany, California, and cooperators worldwide.
"At an early stage, the MaizeGDB team partnered with potential users to develop the database," says CICGRU research leader Craig Abel.