NumberCountryCityAffiliation/InstitutionPlease list any exceptional species you are working withIn what area are you working?What other capacity do you have?If you are interested in collaborating or sharing knowledge, please explainDo you have specific needs in your work with exceptional plants?
10.21.21.0002AustraliaBrisbaneQueensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Inovation (QAAFI)Avocado shoot tips and somatic embryos, macadamia, Gossia In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation bankingI am interested in setting up a cryo bank of avocado spp using shoot tips.
10.21.21.0004AustraliaBrisbaneThe university of QueenslandI am a masters student currently working on the cryopreservation of Gossia fragrantissima shoot tips In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Not sure about the kinds of collaborations yet
10.21.21.0005AustraliaSydneyAustralian PlantBank/Australian Institute for Botanical Science (RBG Sydney)Too many to list here but mainly threatened Australian speciesFieldwork
Living collections
In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
Interested in threatened species in the Australasian region, also metacollection development
10.21.21.0007AustraliaMelbourneRoyal Botanic Gardens VictoriaQuercus spp.Living collectionsFieldwork
In vitro methods
Information
Training
Access to seeds or tissues
10.21.21.0010AustraliaPerthKings Park Science AND University of Western AustraliaIn process of identifying exceptional speciesSeed bankingKeen to work with others working on short-lived and intermediate seed storage behaviourInformation
10.21.21.0011AustraliaPerthCurtin UniversityCryopreservation research
10.21.21.0001ColombiaBogotaUniversidad de ciencias aplicadas y ambientales U.D.C.AGenera of orchids from the high Andean region of ColombiaFieldwork
Living collections
In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research

Cryopreservation banking
Propagation and conservation of orchids, pollen and mycorrhizaeInformation
Training
Access to seeds or tissues
Staff
10.21.21.0003IndonesiaBogorIndonesia Center for Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources Research and Development (ICABIOGRAD), Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD), MoAOrchids, sugargane, Syzigium (cloves), Myristica (nutmeg), tuber crops, crop species and wild relatives,Fieldwork
Living collections
In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
InformationTechnology transfer, training and capacity building, research collaborationInformation
Training
Research collaboration
10.21.21.0012IndonesiaBogorIndonesian agency for agricultural research and developmentI am working at Indonesia agency for biotechnology and genetic resources research and development under IAARD, MoA. Some of exceptional species we are working with are Orchids, Sugarcane, Myristicum (nutmeg), Syzigium (cloves), banana, tuber crops, many crop species and wild relatives in gene bankFieldwork
Living collections
In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
InformationTechnology transfer and researchInformation
Training
Research collaboration
10.21.21.0014IndonesiaBogorBio Bank of National Research and Innovation Agency, IndonesiaSome Dipterocarps, ArecaceaeFieldwork
In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
Opportunity of postdoc
10.21.21.0016SpainSantiago Compostela IIAG-CSIC In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
Training
Access to seeds or tissues
Infrastructure (in vitro or cryo or other)
10.21.21.0006United StatesKalaheoNational Tropical Botanical GardenHawaiian endemic species (e.g. species in Campanulaceae, Cyperaceae, Rubiaceae, Urticaceae).Fieldwork
Living collections
Non-cryo alternatives to conventional seed banking temperatures.
Training
Infrastructure (in vitro or cryo or other)
10.21.21.0008United StatesLisleThe Morton ArboretumOaks (Quercus spp.)Coordinating oak conservation/research activities so I am interested in passing/sharing information with the GCCO networkInformation
Training
Access to seeds or tissues
10.21.21.0013United StatesSan DiegoSan Diego Zoo Wildlife AllianceFieldwork
Living collections
In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
Yes, cryopreservation of oaks, orchids, cycads and palmsTraining
Staff
10.21.21.0015United StatesFort CollinsUSDA-ARSMy work is currently focused on USDA vegetatively propagated crops.Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
Staff
10.21.21.0017United StatesCincinnatiCincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - CREWQuercus spp.In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Access to seeds or tissues
10.20.21.0001United StatesCincinnatiCincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - CREWMelicope mucronulata, Cyrtandra gracilis, Cyrtandra kaulantha, Cyanea truncata, Cyanea grimesiana, Asplenium peruvianum, Gardenia brighamiiIn vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
10.20.21.0003United StatesCincinnatiCincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - CREWQuercus spp.
Hedeoma todsenii
Ziziphus celata
Deeringothamnus rugelii
Threatened ferns
In vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
Collaborative projects on in vitro and cryopreservation research
Cryopreservation banking
Access to seeds or tissues
Staff
10.21.21.0009USACorvallis, OregonRetired US Dept of AgricultureShoot tip cryo, short lived seeds (Corylus), deeply dormant Rubus seed, etc.Happy to collaborate on tissue culture and cryo knowledge
10.20.21.0002USASan MarinoThe HuntingtonQuercus spp, Magnolia spp, Agave spp, Persea sppIn vitro methods
Cryopreservation research
Research in cryobiotechnology techniques, seek for collaborative grants, networking worldwide to exchange knowledge on exceptional plant groups with shared interest.Access to seeds or tissues
Staff
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