NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (GenomeWeb News) - The International Triticeae Mapping Initiative will relocate to Adelaide University in Australia in January, the university announced today.

The decision to base the offices at Adelaide University was made a meeting of barley and wheat researchers in Minneapolis this week.

ITMI is an international forum for research into the genetics and genomics of wheat, barley, rye and their wild relatives.

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