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Sample Submission Form

Please fill out and submit the form below. After the form has been submitted, you will receive shipping instructions along with a Shipping Receipt which must be included with your shipment. Depending on how you fill out the form below, you may or may not receive barcodes for your samples.

Select your institution or company name:

If not listed, register your lab here.
Contact information:
Principal Investigator's Name:
Principal Investigator's E-mail:
Project Coordinator's Name:
Project Coordinator's E-mail:
Project Coordinator's Phone:
Shipping Address:
(for parcel packages)
What is the name of this population set?
Please enter a name for the set of samples being shipped to the FTGSC. For example, a population set may be name "Loblolly QTL Study - Set 1" or "Smith Lab - 2011 Lignin Study Samples". The name entered here will be used to describe your population set from within the FTGSC tracking system.
Please describe the population set and the research it has been used for.
Please enter a description for your population set, and provide information about the research studies that have involved these samples. Please feel free to mention prior publications in this description. This description will be used to help other researchers determine whether or not this sample set may be useful for their studies.
Select the tree species?
Select the preservation type?
Select your sample type?
How many individual trees will you be sending samples for?
Please provide the total number of individual (genetically distinct) trees, not the total number of clones.
NOTE: All genetically identical samples MUST share the same FTGSC Barcode.
Have any of these samples been submitted to the FTGSC in the past?
Have the trees in this population set been tagged, labeled, or assigned IDs?
Each tree that is entered into the FTGSC tracking system is assigned a unique FTGSC Barcode. If you have already given your samples an internal ID of any kind, then it is critical that we receive that ID information from you, so that we can map our FTGSC barcodes to your internal sample IDs. The FTGSC barcode assigned to each tree will be used to associate phenotype and genotype information with your sample. Multiple sample extractions that are derived from the same tree MUST share the same FTGSC Barcode. Please be aware that problems involving missing or mismatched Internal IDs can cause delays in data delivery!
Questions, comments, and notes.
Please feel free to enter any comments or questions for the FTGSC staff.
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PineRefSeq project releases assembly (v2.0) of the Pinus taeda genome Walnut genome project releases assembly (v1.0) of the Juglans regia genome PineRefSeq project releases assembly (v1.0) of the Pseudotsuga menziesii genome PineRefSeq project releases assembly (v1.0) of the Pinus lambertiana genome CartograTree (v3.0), a map interface that works with DiversiTree to bring together genomics, ecological, and trait data is now live! PineRefSeq project releases assembly (v1.01) of the Pinus teada genome SMarTForests Project releases the third assembly of the Picea glauca genome

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Trentino, Italy
June 15-17, 2017
34th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference

Melbourne, Florida, USA
June 19-22, 2017