# WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY

### Wageningen, NL

WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY Patent applications | ||

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20130117878 | STATISTICAL APPROACH FOR OPTIMAL USE OF GENETIC INFORMATION COLLECTED ON HISTORICAL PEDIGREES - This invention provides a novel means of predicting plant phenotypes that incorporates previously unusable dense marker data derived from historical pedigrees. The method operates by collecting information from a population pertaining to one or more loci, which is used to build one or more matrices by calculating, for the alleles present at the measured loci, the probability that the alleles are identical by descent. These matrices are then used to develop a second set of one or more matrices in which each value represents the probability that a certain individual in the population descended from a certain ancestral (founder) genotype. This set of second matrices can then be used as part of a breeding program for selecting and breeding individuals from the population or can be used to better classify the individuals in the population, leading to improved plant phenotypes. | 05-09-2013 |

20100192257 | LATE BLIGHT RESISTANCE GENES AND METHODS - This invention provides novel gene sequences, compositions and methods for enhancing the resistance in crops, in particular but not limited to, potato, to late blight caused by the oomycete pathogen | 07-29-2010 |

20100095394 | STATISTICAL APPROACH FOR OPTIMAL USE OF GENETIC INFORMATION COLLECTED ON HISTORICAL PEDIGREES, GENOTYPED WITH DENSE MARKER MAPS, INTO ROUTINE PEDIGREE ANALYSIS OF ACTIVE MAIZE BREEDING POPULATIONS - This invention provides a novel means of predicting plant phenotypes that incorporates previously unusable dense marker data derived from historical pedigrees. The method operates by collecting information from a population pertaining to one or more loci, which is used to build one or more matrices by calculating, for the alleles present at the measured loci, the probability that the alleles are identical by descent. These matrices are then used to develop a second set of one or more matrices in which each value represents the probability that a certain individual in the population descended from a certain ancestral (founder) genotype. This set of second matrices can then be used as part of a breeding program for selecting and breeding individuals from the population or can be used to better classify the individuals in the population, leading to improved plant phenotypes. | 04-15-2010 |

20090123999 | NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCES INVOVLED IN PLANT DISEASE RESISTANCE - The present invention relates to methods for producing plants having enhanced disease resistance. NRC1 proteins and nucleic acid sequences encoding these are provided, as well as transgenic plants producing NRC1 proteins. | 05-14-2009 |